Die Zeit: Saudi Aramco lost over 20 percent of profit due to oil war with Russia


The German media publishes materials related to the situation in the oil market. A major publication, Die Zeit, writes that Saudi Arabia tried to declare Russia's oil war, but at the moment it all boils down to the fact that "she declared war on herself."


An article in a German newspaper reported that Saudi Aramco had lost 20,6 percent of its profit lately. The largest Saudi oil company has not had such a fall for several years. The well-known rocket attack on its oil refineries led to the fall, for which the Hussites took responsibility.

From the article:

Saudi oil company is suffering from a price war with Russia. The situation worsened even after the fall in profits at the end of 2019. Then the energy company, which is 98 percent owned by the Saudi state, lost about 23 billion dollars in profit.

It is noted that the shares of the Saudi company since its entry into the auction have lost 29% of the value. To date, the cost of the Saudi oil giant is 1,55 trillion dollars, and despite the fact that immediately after the start of trading, the cost was 1,88 trillion.

German journalists write that due to recent events, the Saudi company is radically redefining investments for 2021.

Here are a few comments from German users made to this publication:

Oil companies have really hard times. If the price is too high, oil will no longer compete with renewable energy sources, and if it is too low, business will become unprofitable.

Good newsbut not for Aramco and its partners, of course.

Putin is doing it right: Saudis are bleeding, and American mining companies fear for their survival.
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  1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 16: 11 New
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    Write, for justice, how much Russia has lost.
    1. Blackmokona 15 March 2020 16: 20 New
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      It can be estimated that oil exports from Russia are approximately 5,7 million barrels per day.
      This is 2,0805 billion barrels per year.
      Every dollar lost by the price of oil is minus $ 2 billion. While maintaining the situation for a year.
      1. Lannan Shi 15 March 2020 16: 49 New
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        Quote: BlackMokona
        Every dollar lost by the price of oil is minus $ 2 billion

        More. About 2 times. There is also the export of oil products and gas. And their prices are tied to oil.
        1. SRC P-15 15 March 2020 17: 36 New
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          And I remember the friendly blow to Putin’s hands with the prince of the SA on the G20 last year. Therefore, the doubt arises: is not this oil war between Russia and the SA? The United States has already gotten both us and the Saudis, occupying new free markets after a joint reduction in oil production. It looks like this is a war with American shale oil. And Putin did not forgive the United States for stopping Nord Stream-2.
          1. Andrei Nikolaevich 15 March 2020 18: 57 New
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            By the way, I also drew attention to their ,, greeting ,, each other. Perhaps an agreement. But who will say that? ..)
            1. nycsson 16 March 2020 12: 00 New
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              I wonder how this agreement on our "skin reflect"?
          2. pafegosoff 15 March 2020 19: 22 New
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            Yes, somehow actions and behavior are not logical. But when you consider the United States, it is very justified.
          3. the Saint 15 March 2020 19: 31 New
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            The United States is the world's largest industrial economy, not a gas station, like some. And now also the oil-producing economy No. 1. Therefore, the United States will just be in profit with ANY oil prices: With expensive oil, they will SELL it EXPENSIVELY, and with cheap oil they will be CHEAP BUYING. So it will be bad not just the United States, but gas station countries.
            1. SRC P-15 15 March 2020 19: 46 New
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              Quote: el Santo
              With expensive oil, they will SELL it EXPENSIVELY, and with cheap oil they will be CHEAPER TO BUY. So it will be bad not just the United States, but gas station countries.

              Yeah! And apparently that's why Trump is looking for the guilty of the fall in oil prices !? If you can somehow agree with expensive oil, then you can argue about the "cheap buy". What will happen to shale oil in the USA in case of falling prices? Will they really buy it from their oil companies and rejoice that it is so cheap? Have you thought about the cost of shale oil in the US? With the current borrowing of the local mining companies there, shale mining will order a long life! Most oil companies just go broke!
              1. syndicalist 15 March 2020 20: 16 New
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                Unlike traditional, shale oil production technologies are more flexible. In unfavorable conditions, they allow you to stop production and wait for better times. So there will be no mass ruin there. In addition, the share of oil industry in US GDP is only about 1 percent. While other industries are more interested in low fuel prices. For them, this is a good incentive for a jerk.
                1. dragy52rus 15 March 2020 21: 04 New
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                  Can loans also be frozen until better times?
                  1. nod739 15 March 2020 21: 16 New
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                    And taxes, ..
                    and most importantly a trip to the supermarket will also have to be left until better times)
                  2. the Saint 15 March 2020 22: 28 New
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                    Until 2021, all shale loans are hedged (insured). Shale mining is indestructible simply because of its technology: low price - they quickly turn off production, the price begins to rise - they resume and increase just as quickly. They do not need very expensive well preservation, as in Russia, when it is easier to drill a new well than to re-preserve an old clogged one.
                2. Boratsagdiev 16 March 2020 11: 18 New
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                  "Unlike the traditional ..." - in contrast to the traditional cost of its production is an order of magnitude higher, and the production speed is well 2-3 times faster.
                  Usa rose due to cheap equipment and investment.
                  1. Boratsagdiev 17 March 2020 13: 07 New
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                    I thought a normal site, but here is full of obscurantists laughing
                    Negative citizens, do you know the economy and oil production?
              2. boss 15 March 2020 20: 52 New
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                Trump not at 50, but at 30, or even cheaper for a strategist in the United States.
                and believe me, they’ll find their own shale workers, how to support them, how many% of the budget they have for shale workers?
                minuscule, but for us and the Saudis it is much more significant
              3. the Saint 15 March 2020 22: 30 New
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                Quote: SRC P-15
                And apparently that's why Trump is looking for the guilty of the fall in oil prices !?

                US President Donald Trump welcomed the fall in world oil prices.
                “Good for consumers, fuel prices are down,” he tweeted.
              4. vadim dok 16 March 2020 15: 49 New
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                In the United States, oil production is less than 1% of GDP! In addition, shale wells open and close quickly, unlike conventional fields!
            2. ROSS_51 15 March 2020 19: 47 New
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              Quote: el Santo
              The United States is the world's largest industrial economy, not a gas station, like some. And now also the oil-producing economy No. 1. Therefore, the United States will just be in profit with ANY oil prices: With expensive oil, they will SELL it EXPENSIVELY, and with cheap oil they will be CHEAP BUYING. So it will be bad not just the United States, but gas station countries.

              Do not write nonsense, huh?
              1. Hitachi-85 15 March 2020 20: 21 New
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                And where, in fact, do you see stupidity? If Hoig refute, then bring your arguments.
                1. ROSS_51 15 March 2020 22: 34 New
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                  Quote: Hitachi-85
                  And where, in fact, do you see stupidity? If Hoig refute, then bring your arguments.

                  Yes, everything from start to finish.
                  Here such a gambit spins with two or three goals at the exit, cleaner than Crimea 2014.
                  What they had: The OPEC + treaty — achieving tactical goals (high oil prices), we lose strategically (the United States increases oil shale production, develops and cheapens production technology, captures markets, crowding out the Saudis and Russia).
                  What happened: Russia withdraws from the treaty, the SA, allegedly in response, brings down oil prices, and in fact, both Russia and the SA are trying to drop the US shale industry (as it was already). This is the first goal and is designed for a long-term oil war. Our ministers argue that the chickens do not bite our money, and the recession of the global economy against the backdrop of the virus contributes.
                  The second goal is as a result of falling oil prices, a series of bankruptcies of companies in the field of shale production, a drawdown of investment indices in the USA, GDP, etc., mass layoffs in just those states that voted for Trump. Which, in fact, won the program of concentration on the internal problems of the country. All this should come to a peak in time for the presidential election in the United States and the goal is to delay Trump's vote. And he will have to do something, or lose. In any case, Trump is useless to us, you will not agree on anything with him. What will be the output, let's see.
                  And yes, the United States may again start yelling that Russia is having an indirect effect on the elections.
                  I do not pretend to be an expert opinion) Just at the sight of a simple layman such a picture is drawn.
                  1. Honest Citizen 16 March 2020 06: 59 New
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                    It’s a direct political campaign from Starikov, you know where you came from.
                    You do not understand that in this way the loot from the NWF flows away where necessary, but the same "little egg", the NWF, is not replenished but spent ...
                    But the labor, garbage that the ears were frostbitten, the main thing was deceived by the grandmother ...
                    1. ROSS_51 16 March 2020 07: 59 New
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                      Quote: Honest Citizen
                      It’s a direct political campaign from Starikov, you know where you came from.
                      You do not understand that in this way the loot from the NWF flows away where necessary, but the same "little egg", the NWF, is not replenished but spent ...
                      But the labor, garbage that the ears were frostbitten, the main thing was deceived by the grandmother ...

                      And for what cases then a small egg is needed, if not for such? In case of a giant meteorite fall?
                      1. Honest Citizen 16 March 2020 08: 08 New
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                        Quote: ROSS_51
                        And for what cases then a small egg is needed, if not for such?

                        It is for such. Only you, dear, confuse cause-effect relationships. And for one simple reason. For some reason, you think that the reduction in oil production offered by the Saudis is only in the US’s favor. In principle, it would be so if ... oil demand has not decreased, but remained at the same level. And they, oddly enough, declined.
                        But in the "market" oil demand fell. If earlier it was required 100 units of oil, now 90 units are required. Oil sales in this case fall at all. If the oil is pumped in the same amount. And if production is reduced, then prices will remain, and market shares will not change.
                        But you are silently hiding this fact. You, Sechin, Novak, Starikov and others - you just don’t talk about him.
                      2. ROSS_51 17 March 2020 02: 58 New
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                        Quote: Honest Citizen

                        But you are silently hiding this fact. You, Sechin, Novak, Starikov and others - you just don’t talk about him.

                        Are you silent? For two years, the US exported oil doubled. Do you know why only 2 times? No infrastructure and logistics. But there is a demand. Demands for US oil are higher than they can ship. But they are actively building terminals and pipelines. As well as developing new oil fields. China is already starting production, while India has practically not stopped.
                        You are already silent about this carefully.
                2. Hitachi-85 16 March 2020 08: 09 New
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                  Quote: ROSS_51
                  Quote: Hitachi-85
                  And where, in fact, do you see stupidity? If Hoig refute, then bring your arguments.

                  Yes, everything from start to finish.
                  Here such a gambit spins with two or three goals at the exit, cleaner than Crimea 2014.
                  What they had: The OPEC + treaty — achieving tactical goals (high oil prices), we lose strategically (the United States increases oil shale production, develops and cheapens production technology, captures markets, crowding out the Saudis and Russia).
                  What happened: Russia withdraws from the treaty, the SA, allegedly in response, brings down oil prices, and in fact, both Russia and the SA are trying to drop the US shale industry (as it was already).

                  Gambit, yeah) we have such strategists in the Kremlin. Yes, you are right, this is not an expert opinion, but a very incompetent one, completely devoid of real analytics. Now I will try to explain. Firstly, there was no collapse of American shale mining. There was only an attempt, but it was unsuccessful. Shale oil has proven to be tenacious and production is very renewable. Although trumpeted from the news that technology supposedly still 70s. So the attempt was a failure.
                  Secondly, you need not be too lazy and look for the size of the GDP and the US state budget and the share in the GDP of the oil industry. And compare with similar indicators of Russia. I am sure you will be very surprised, and perhaps you will be in shock. A complete halt in US oil production will have little effect on the US economy and will only leave tens of thousands of hands without work. The price of oil at $ 25 will lead the Russian economy to collapse. And to the millions of unemployed. For it is not only about the oil sector, we have the whole economy depends on the well-being of the oil sector. This is the gas sector, public sector employees, pensions, capital mate. A sharp decline in the purchasing power of the population will lead to a large economic downturn. The weakening of the ruble will lead to a lot of information. And this is with a fall in incomes. The price is too big for Trump's bias, isn't it? When oil prices collapsed at 80, the UNION collapsed. When prices collapsed in the late 90s, a default occurred. It was not for nothing that Friedman said that they (the top management of Lukoil) were in a light shock from Russia's exit from OPEC +. Everyone understands that this was a big miscalculation of the Kremlin. Because no one expected that Saudi Arabia would behave this way - it would sharply increase production and begin dumping in the European market, where Russia traditionally traded. The Saudis can afford this - they have almost 400 Lard explored reserves, against 80 ours, and the population is only 30 million people (I recall, we have 148), with almost the same production volumes. Therefore, whatever our journalists would write about how bad it will affect Americans or Saudis, this is incomparable with how it affects us.
                  1. ROSS_51 17 March 2020 03: 11 New
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                    Quote: Hitachi-85
                    Firstly, there was no collapse of American shale mining. There was only an attempt, but it was unsuccessful. Shale oil has proven to be tenacious and production is very renewable.

                    This is where we end. 400 companies that went bankrupt in the states last time is not in your reality.
                    And yes, write a letter to the Kremlin, otherwise the strategists there do not seem suitable for you.
                    1. Hitachi-85 18 March 2020 14: 18 New
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                      The local strategists can only strengthen defense against petrodollars. And that’s it. They do not know how to raise the economy. Or do not want to, because stupidly laziness.
                    2. ROSS_51 18 March 2020 18: 23 New
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                      Quote: Hitachi-85
                      They do not know how to raise the economy. Or do not want to, because stupidly laziness.

                      I agree with this.
        2. Maikcg 15 March 2020 21: 01 New
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          Post-industrial.
        3. Arthur 85 15 March 2020 21: 05 New
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          Telling the truth in the face of the king is so nice! From loyal ecstasy, to the great USA!
          1. the Saint 15 March 2020 22: 37 New
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            Turbopatriotism - not a coronavirus - not everyone who touches the TV (durascope) is infected.
        4. anykin 16 March 2020 00: 16 New
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          Quote: el Santo
          and with cheap oil, they will be CHEAPER TO BUY

          Oil-producing economy will buy oil ?? Or do not buy or not oil)
      2. businessv 16 March 2020 01: 02 New
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        Quote: SRC P-15
        Therefore, the doubt arises: is not this oil war between Russia and the SA? The United States has already gotten both us and the Saudis, occupying new free markets after a joint reduction in oil production.
        Cool thought, colleague! I just think that they would not dare to do so, because in this situation the Saudis would have to observe the highest secrecy of such an agreement, otherwise their minke whales would simply be torn apart!
    2. Romario_Argo 15 March 2020 19: 20 New
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      Russia i.e. The state has not lost anything (!) - NOT the state produces oil and gas
      the state receives EXTRACTION tax - MET 919 rubles. from 1 ton of oil or from 1000 cubic meters gas
      + export duty 39 $ per tonne of oil or 1000 cubic meters. gas
      39 x 60 rub. = 2340 rub.
      39 x 70 rub. = 2730 rub.
      39 x 72 rub. = 2808 rub.
      The state doesn’t lose anything at all - decreasing the demand for exports
      Companies may not sell anything to anyone at all for export,
      But for the fact that they mined / deflated - 919 rubles. MET (!!!)
      1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 21: 46 New
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        Has Rosstat hired you yet? Urgently send a resume there. Well, or at the Ministry of Industry and Trade
        1. Romario_Argo 16 March 2020 09: 21 New
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          and, for example, only for GAZ:
          gas production 250 billion cubic meters. for domestic consumption and 250 billion for export
          = 500 billion cubic meters / 1000 = 500 million x 919 rubles = 459 bn. Rub. MET
          in the BUDGET (!)
          Export
          250 billion cubic meters / 1000 = 250 million x 39 $ x 72 rubles. (2808 rub.) = 702 bn. Rub.
          in the BUDGET (!)
  2. Rusj 15 March 2020 22: 02 New
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    liberals still thinks something. It was time to take oil beyond the bounds of Russia, and it brought it out. And yet we all avenged the end of the 70s and the USSR. We will slander everyone.
    1. Honest Citizen 16 March 2020 07: 01 New
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      Siluanov what told you? Did Russia get rid of pegging the dollar to the ruble and oil prices? So somehow? Well? Prices collapsed, the bucks went up ...
      Well, you have God's dew in the eyes.
  3. Viktor Sergeev 16 March 2020 07: 29 New
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    Don’t be afraid, Russia will endure, but the Saudis and the Americans, who are accustomed to eating fat, oh how hard it will be. Explain to the Arabs that now they have to move from Rawls to Renault.
  • Teacher67 15 March 2020 16: 20 New
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    To get their oil company 98% owned by the state!
    1. Pirogov 15 March 2020 16: 30 New
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      Quote: Teacher67
      To get their oil company 98% owned by the state!

      how can this be if only that year 20% of the company's shares were sold to SA citizens? Somehow your information smacks of fake.
      1. knn54 15 March 2020 16: 36 New
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        They didn’t want to sell shares, so the Hussites turned up on time.
        And the NEXT (what can you do) time is not good with us, it’s bad with them ...
        1. Pirogov 15 March 2020 16: 39 New
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          Quote: knn54
          And in the NEXT (what can you do) time, it’s not good with us, it’s bad with them ..

          Yeah, and most importantly, both in time. )))
      2. Sergey Olegovich 15 March 2020 16: 46 New
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        Strange, but 100% of the company is controlled by the government of Saudi Arabia. The chairman of the board of directors of the company is Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi.
        1. ROSS_51 15 March 2020 19: 49 New
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          Quote: Sergey Olegovich
          Strange, but 100% of the company is controlled by the government of Saudi Arabia. The chairman of the board of directors of the company is Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi.

          What's so strange? So this is a family business.
      3. Viktor Sergeev 16 March 2020 07: 30 New
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        What nonsense is incoherent? it says about falling profits and lowering the value of shares, what does the sale of shares have to do with it?
    2. Cowbra 15 March 2020 17: 17 New
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      There is not a state, but FAMILY! The feudal system.
      Quote: Teacher67
      the oil company is 98% owned by the state!

      Change the nickname to "healer")))
  • Svarog 15 March 2020 16: 23 New
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    Quote: Honest Citizen
    Write, for justice, how much Russia has lost.

    That’s exactly how much Sechin will take from the budget now and how much the price of gas will rise .. yes and because of the dollar exchange rate they’ll get into your pocket ..
    1. Tusv 15 March 2020 17: 03 New
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      Quote: Svarog
      That's exactly how much Sechin will take from the budget now and how much the price of gasoline

      That Sechin surrendered to you. Gasoline rises in price on any It is a fact for in the USSR gasoline was 20% more expensive
      1. Svarog 15 March 2020 17: 09 New
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        Quote: Tusv
        That Sechin surrendered to you. Gasoline rises in price on any It is a fact for in the USSR gasoline was 20% more expensive

        More expensive than what? What are you comparing to wassat By any means, in all countries with a "market economy" gasoline becomes cheaper after oil, and if it grows, then it rises in price, and in our country it always rises in price .. But Sechin despite the fact that he is a "brilliant" manager .. who has such an asset that constantly gets into debt to the state ..
        1. Tusv 15 March 2020 17: 20 New
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          Namesake. We are black wood dealers. If it’s getting cheaper, it’s getting more expensive. This is an axiom. On the market with Euro 5, we can only trade diesel fuel
        2. Andrey Mikhaylov 15 March 2020 18: 01 New
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          60 percent of the cost of a liter of gasoline in Russia. These are excise taxes and taxes.
      2. Sergey Averchenkov 15 March 2020 17: 13 New
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        30 kopecks liter. That is, in your opinion should be worth 24 cents?
    2. Sergey Averchenkov 15 March 2020 17: 11 New
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      Will rise. Although I have a mild attitude towards the distortion of speech, I myself am mistaken - but this ... Rises ... where did you find the smoke?
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  • EXPrompt 15 March 2020 16: 29 New
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    And why did you decide that Russia has so far lost something?
    The war has just begun, a few days ago, the weak will go bankrupt and fall away later, and whoever wins will collect all the nishtyaks from the market. Too early to summarize.
    And then, it’s not a fact that the war will continue, and not all will be reduced to signing a new guardianship + in a month, with the new conditions already under the dictation of the Russian Federation.

    Do not forget that our main enemy is slate and greens. These reptiles need to be wet mercilessly, not the Saudis.
    1. Kronos 15 March 2020 16: 30 New
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      Residents of Russia for whom the ruble fell, which means prices rose just lost
      1. EXPrompt 15 March 2020 16: 31 New
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        The course fell by 6% I did not even notice
        1. Svarog 15 March 2020 16: 43 New
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          Quote: EXPrompt
          The course fell by 6% I did not even notice

          You obviously don’t know how to count, of course you won’t notice, was 63 rubles became 73 rubles .. and where is 6% here?
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            Quote: Svarog
            You obviously don’t know how to count, of course you won’t notice, was 63 rubles became 73 rubles .. and where is 6% here?

            And it should, in the USSR for coupons for 10, and for a simple private trader for 20. Not so sick of you with your traffic jams and gas prices. I’d put you a price tag for a thousand. He is, and not like in the 90s to crash his car at 76m. It’s not possible for a mere mortal on a bus to break into work
            1. Svarog 15 March 2020 17: 18 New
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              Quote: Tusv
              And it should, in the USSR for coupons for 10, and for a simple private trader for 20.

              What private owner for 20 .. as your idol expresses, are you carrying a blizzard .. gas was free everywhere, drive up to any truck for 10 liters for free .. I did this all my youth, I ran the bike ..
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                Quote: Svarog
                gasoline was everywhere for nothing, drive up to any truck it will splash free of 10 liters for you .. I did this all my youth, I drove a motorcycle ..

                I remember right now. "I have gasoline without oil. Don't be afraid to burn the engine." In addition, the truck has the 76th and, as it were, not "give" to exchange the saved good for rubles. Especially in a motorcycle tank fill 10 liters. "Baby, you will not burst? And you pour and go away"
              2. Golovan Jack 15 March 2020 17: 35 New
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                Quote: Svarog
                drive up to any truck, he’ll give you 10 liters for free .. I’ve done this all my youth, I used to fuel a motorcycle ..

                Stealing, that is? And now they don’t give ...

                That's what I look, you are so active laughing
                1. Svarog 15 March 2020 18: 07 New
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                  Quote: Golovan Jack
                  Stealing, that is? And now they don’t give ...

                  laughing I was a youth, standing on the sidelines, catching a car, (truck) and asking to drop 5-10 liters into the tank .. who stopped never refused ... what is theft?
                  Gas penny cost ..
                  That's what I look, you are so active laughing

                  Here is your activity from what is interesting laughing Seen salary increased wassat
                  1. Golovan Jack 15 March 2020 18: 12 New
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                    Quote: Svarog
                    ask to drip 5-10 liters into the tank .. who stayed never refused ..what is theft?

                    Well, really - what? Everything around is Soviet, everything around me laughing

                    This, "Svarog," was called the theft of state property. In small sizes, but there were a lot of people like you ... request

                    Quote: Svarog
                    Here is your activity from which it is interesting

                    Output. It was in the evening, there was nothing to do ... well, how could Svaroga not be pinched slightly?

                    Take a break from me tomorrow (also slightly), I promise yes
                    1. Svarog 15 March 2020 18: 13 New
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                      Quote: Golovan Jack
                      Take a break from me tomorrow (also slightly), I promise

                      Since you are bored, we’ll rest from you .. no problem, have fun laughing
                    2. Golovan Jack 15 March 2020 18: 14 New
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                      Quote: Svarog
                      no problem have fun so far

                      Well, that's nice. Love horse sensus laughing
                  2. Svarog 15 March 2020 18: 37 New
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                    Quote: Golovan Jack

                    This, "Svarog," was called the theft of state property. In small sizes, but there were a lot of people like you ...

                    Do you have a car? laughing Imagine the situation, you are out of money and gas has ended .. a kind person helped you .. and you called him a thief after that .. you are an ungrateful person .. and you are ungrateful, they are weak in intelligence laughing
                  3. Golovan Jack 15 March 2020 18: 44 New
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                    Quote: Svarog
                    Ungrateful man .. ungrateful, they are weak in intelligence

                    Well, where can I get to the local trolls, they are all as one, highly moral and intelligent request

                    The robber, damn social property laughing
                  4. Vladimir_6 15 March 2020 20: 39 New
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                    Quote: Golovan Jack
                    Quote: Svarog
                    Ungrateful man .. ungrateful, they are weak in intelligence

                    Well, where can I get to the local trolls, they are all as one, highly moral and intelligent ...

                    Iron at "Svarog.a" logic. There is money for a car, but for gasoline is over.
                    Thoughts to sell the car did not appear.
                2. Sergey Averchenkov 15 March 2020 21: 15 New
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                  Is it worthy to die under the blows of fate, can il resist, fight a sea of ​​misfortune? Mr. Svarog, whose translation is this? Intelligent you are ours. I know you’ll get on the Internet, but I’m all from memory. And which of us is weak in intelligence?
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                This, "Svarog," was called the theft of state property. In small sizes, but there were many people like you.

                This is just not a theft, but an absolutely fair distribution of resources ..
                Theft - when one / ten / one hundred people take everything for themselves .. on a large scale .. As now ..
                And those who are many are entertained with questions - do they like the Christmas tree ..
            2. poquello 15 March 2020 22: 48 New
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              Stealing, that is? And now they don’t give ...

              laughing I was a youth, standing on the sidelines, catching a car, (truck) and asking to drop 5-10 liters into the tank .. who stopped never refused ... what is theft?
              Gas penny cost ..

              didn’t they grow out of youths? it was state gas in a country with a planned economy, they poured it out of the pockets of Soviet workers in the form of a common small salary and other subtleties of Soviet life, the driver did not buy it, and someone else did not mind
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                poured it from the pockets of Soviet workers in the form of a common small salary

                And he eventually returned - to Soviet workers .. in the form of gasoline ..
                And not someone on a yacht or villa in Spain ..
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              Gas penny cost ..


              Exactly, 40 kopecks per liter. wink
              A liter of milk from a barrel, 0,5 beer from a barrel, half a pack of Stolichniy or Java cigarettes were cheaper. wassat
          2. tech3030 15 March 2020 20: 00 New
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            Gasoline cost 4 liters a penny like a glass of soda.
            1. _Sergei_ 16 March 2020 05: 02 New
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              When did it cost 4 kopecks? In 1985, it cost 40 kopecks.
              1. tech3030 16 March 2020 14: 49 New
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                You are right, I was mistaken with a glass of soda and confused!
        2. Sergey Averchenkov 15 March 2020 17: 52 New
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          Yes, especially for diesel. You are our motorcyclist.
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          gasoline was everywhere for nothing, drive up to any truck, he’ll give you 10 liters for free ..

          Roughly - they stole and plundered state social property. And you even participated in this. And what’s free - don’t call out, they sold coupons.
    2. Sergey Averchenkov 15 March 2020 17: 32 New
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      Yes, I pump up a dollar. And to be honest, it was 68. Tell me honestly - you hate Russia so much that you are ready for anything.
      1. Fat
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        01.2016 77,93
        02.2016 77,33
        03.2016 70,42
        Quote: Sergey Averchenkov
        Yes, I pump up a dollar. And to be honest it was
        ....

        That was 4 years ago ... Someone badly hurt?
        But EVERYTHING forgot and bay about prices
        Ay was 30, it was 60, Ah now 73!
        Prices will rise ... Disaster ...
        Then we drove through and now everything will settle down.
        I hope also quickly)))
        1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 20: 14 New
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          Quote: Thick
          Then we drove through and now everything will settle down.
          I hope also quickly)))

          And since 2016 have we had at least one decrease in prices for goods? Which are not "seasonal"?
          Yachts are not an example.
          1. Fat
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            Quote: Honest Citizen
            Quote: Thick
            Then we drove through and now everything will settle down.
            I hope also quickly)))

            And since 2016 have we had at least one decrease in prices for goods? Which are not "seasonal"?
            Yachts are not an example.

            Sugar is 1,5 times! Last summer, in the season of harvesting 1 kg, it cost 26-29 rubles, buckwheat from 60 to about 40 p. Per kilogram.
            He cited as an example only what really pushed me very much.
            Weaned from falling prices, like you ...
            1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 21: 02 New
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              A recent example. Absolutely, you can believe it can not, I just can’t bring the documents ...
              Somehow, before the New Year, returning home, "warmed my ears" in a conversation between two, well, conditional girlfriends.
              So one of them works, as I understand it in Bill's store. So here. She said that they “threw sugar at a rate of 12 rubles per bag. People grabbed it and brought it back a day later, because sugar is NOT SWEET”.
              You know, for some reason I believe her more, this accidental not even a fellow traveler, but simply ... than all the official assurances of the authorities. Agree that going home in an electric train and overhearing such a conversation - I'm not a blogger, not a media person - is a little strange. Do you think they are also agents of the State Department?
              1. Fat
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                Everything is fair with me. I tried it myself, I love sweet tea and coffee ... My little sister made fresh jam from her berries .... The most economical product for a five-year period)))
        2. Sergey Averchenkov 15 March 2020 21: 03 New
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          These are speculators, rock the boat and earn money every second, as now. Let's look at a stable course. Damn, I wish it cost 75 kopecks, but my desire is not enough. Sometimes I regret that it’s not the 18th year and I won’t be able to put it to the wall, but I would like to have all these moneybags.
          1. oprovergatel 16 March 2020 14: 32 New
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            Passed already. Bad ended. In 1991

            At first they put them on the wall of "moneybags", then those who were declared so; then put to the wall those who put against the wall of moneybags and equated to them; then they put to the wall those who put to the wall those who put to the wall ... and it continued for so long.

            So you should not wish for what you, once "having released the genie from the bottle", will no longer be able to control. And then the chance yourself to be at the recombination wall, as the experience of many similar events shows, you will have a very, very considerable.
        3. Mordvin 3 15 March 2020 22: 06 New
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          Quote: Thick
          Then we drove through and now everything will settle down.

          These your settings have been fixed for 30 years.
          1. Fat
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            Quote: mordvin xnumx
            Quote: Thick
            Then we drove through and now everything will settle down.

            These your settings have been fixed for 30 years.

            Uh ... no. In Russia, the civil war (2 Chechen) officially ended on April 16, 2009.
            10 years have not passed yet.
            1. Mordvin 3 16 March 2020 07: 32 New
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              16 April 2009.
              10 years have not passed yet.

              Either my math is tight or I got into the future. Or you got out of suspended animation-coma, and did not look at the date. The first major price increase was in the 89th, when jewelry prices doubled in one day.
              1. Fat
                Fat 16 March 2020 08: 49 New
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                Quote: mordvin xnumx
                Quote: Thick
                16 April 2009.
                10 years have not passed yet.

                Either my math is tight or I got into the future. Or you got out of suspended animation-coma, and did not look at the date. The first major price increase was in the 89th, when jewelry prices doubled in one day.

                The first major price increase was still for alcohol))))
                In the late 80s in the USSR there was an incredible influx of tourists from Poland ... Shuttles exchanged rubles for gold, how they then exported it, I don’t know ... Although jewelry stamping of those times was lower than criticism, responsible people took measures simply by raising the price) ))))
                With terms of obl ... I made a mistake of course, I'm sorry. 11 years of course.
  • LMN
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    Quote: EXPrompt

    Do not forget that our main enemy is slate and greens. These reptiles need to be wet mercilessly, not the Saudis.

    This is with us. yes And for those to whom you are now addressing, "greens and slate" is a friend yes
  • Sergey39 15 March 2020 16: 47 New
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    These reptiles need to be wet mercilessly, not the Saudis.

    Yes, everything went fine, within the framework of a conspiracy, until the Saudis fell off the cut. So they themselves fall.
    1. Golovan Jack 15 March 2020 16: 53 New
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      So they themselves fall ...

      ... nonsense yes
  • Sergey Averchenkov 15 March 2020 17: 27 New
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    I would be your optimism.
  • Askold Matveev 15 March 2020 17: 49 New
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    Quote: EXPrompt
    Do not forget that our main enemy is slate and greens. These reptiles need to be wet mercilessly, not the Saudis.

    That is, do you propose to “wet” everything progressive ?! That’s in the RF’s doctrine on energy security it’s written, to hell with you, and not electric cars.
  • Nyrobsky 15 March 2020 21: 11 New
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    Quote: EXPrompt
    The war has just begun, a few days ago, the weak will go bankrupt and fall away later, and whoever wins will collect all the nishtyaks from the market. Too early to summarize.
    And then, it’s not a fact that the war will continue to continue, but not all will be reduced to signing a new guardianship + in a month, with new conditions already under the dictation of the Russian Federation.
    Apparently, this will come down to it, not just in a month, but closer to the fall-winter, given the available reserves and the ability to cover the shortage of the budget in the long run. Relatively speaking, the Saudis have budgeted for the price of a barrel of oil for $ 80, and in Russia 40. At a price of $ 35, we need to report 5 bucks from the reserve, and the Saudis 45 forever green. If they have reserves in the region of 500-550 billion, then Russia has a little over 700. It is clear that these reserves will not be exhausted to zero. this is not in the interests of the SA and the Russian Federation, but it all comes down to whoever blinks first. The offer exceeds demand and the game to further lower the price will lead to accelerated spending of financial reserves, and therefore, dropping the cost of a barrel to "disgrace" will cost the Saudis a pretty penny. Have to agree. However, against the background of this “war”, a bonus is drawn to the joy of both sides - the dystrophy of the American oil shale, which has recently shown violent growth and an inability to take into account the interests of OPEC +, which equally annoys both Russia and Saudi Arabia. Something like this loomshi
  • Cowbra 15 March 2020 17: 04 New
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    In Bitcoins for Navalny? So this is not Russia lost. and Navalny)))
    1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 17: 49 New
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      Is there anything that we have a pharmaceutical market for 40% of imports, but in money terms is 70%?
      Going to tighten the mortgage. Clothing, electronics, household appliances will rise in price.
      Read rambler finance at least. Not Navalny with Platoshkin, but quite a pro-Putin Internet resource.
      1. Cowbra 15 March 2020 18: 41 New
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        So, what is next? What is the country that has ever produced everything in history - from a nail to political hollows?
        What will rise in price when OPEC has already disappeared from the energy market, which means that petrodollars have run out and most shale companies have already gone bankrupt? Russia will become a monopolist, that’s what will change.
        1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 18: 46 New
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          I answered you that these products will rise in price for Russian citizens in connection with the depreciation of the ruble.
          What's next?
          The Central Election Commission will draw 22-55% of approval on April 60, you and your like-minded people will fight in false patriotic ecstasy over “how we gave the liberde and bulk”, and in three months or four, when the price increase really affects everyone - well, you’ll kissel, the Solovyovs and other Simoyans will come up with another fable about the crisis, for example.
          PySy. Oh yes, about the country ...
          The USSR was almost entirely self-sufficient. Now only China has approached the level of the USSR.
          1. Cowbra 15 March 2020 18: 50 New
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            Or, as an option, they will buy medicines from those 30% that are produced in Russia. What does import substitution and production stimulation mean? Do you even know why the USA was so howling that China's yuan collapses? it’s unprofitable for them to get to the market, and their goods with any duty are killed at the price of competitors from the USA.
            The same story
            1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 18: 56 New
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              No, 60% is produced in Russia. They only cost 30% of the total cost of medicines. By the way, google such interesting topics: providing vital medicines, why it is not profitable to produce medicines in Russia. Learn a lot. It is clear that with the growth of the buck, imported ones will become more expensive. Many medicines are simply not produced here, we are forced to purchase them.
              You China and RMB for industrial products do not apply to pharmacology. China has its own strong medicine, but they probably also buy something, but they keep lower prices inside the country, compensating for the purchasing companies. Also normal practice.
              1. Cowbra 15 March 2020 19: 03 New
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                No, 60% is produced in Russia. They only cost 30% of the total cost of medicines.

                Classic. I've already talked about Baerovsky aspirin. It costs about 10 times more expensive, because the main thing for them is to sell. True, after clinical trials it turned out that it was more harmful than the Soviet one, because just as they write “it is cleaner”, therefore it dissolves longer than the mucous membrane. ours even sent the results, the Germans turned out to be in the know. But they continue to produce it, because it’s possible to fool foolishly with the cry "he is cleaner" - more expensive. more profit.
                Well, since this leaves the Russian market - it’s just Navalny who will cry - who will give him grants for posts about the backward Ruskina Pharmacopoeia laughing
                1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 20: 04 New
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                  Well, since this leaves the Russian market

                  I sincerely hope that everything is in order with pressure.
                  Do you know how difficult it is to find a medicine that is right for you, those people who suffer from pressure? I sincerely wish you never to know this.
                  1. New Year day 15 March 2020 20: 12 New
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                    how hard it is to find a cure

                    and he will be treated as a Soviet hood by Akrikhin. True, it does not always help and works only 6 hours.
                    But the Sartrans will have to buy from behind a hillock, though they help everyone, but more expensive. But why do we need a good imported one, it will be treated with an old proven drug from the last century, in spite of the enemies, so to speak laughing
                    1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 20: 24 New
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                      Well, I’m trying to convey this simple truth, but in response I hear only about grants to “bulk”
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                      Quote: Honest Citizen
                      Well, I’m trying to convey this simple truth, but in response I hear only about grants to “bulk”

                      youth is a vice that passes quickly hi
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                      Yes, but wisdom often does not come with age - it happens that senility comes instead hi
            2. New Year day 15 March 2020 20: 31 New
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              Quote: Cowbra
              that it is more harmful than the Soviet,

              and Russian? The Union has long been gone.
              Quote: Cowbra
              mucous membranes.

              I’ll tell you a terrible secret: all derivatives of acetylsalicylic acid, as well as NSAIDs, are dangerous for the mucosa. Such a chemistry!
              Quote: Cowbra
              Well, since this leaves the Russian market, it’s just Navalny who will cry

              Navalny was given to you. by golly! The pharmacy market is controlled by people in power! Skvortsova and Golikova, for example. Think Skvortsov
              cleaned for poor work? Not at all! Faced her business interests with Golikova. Only business and nothing more laughing
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            I experienced this import substitution for drugs. 7-8 years ago I took prescription pills. They cost around a hundred rubles. Recently, it was again a matter of taking the same ones. When they announced the price in the pharmacy, I loudly and not arbitrarily cursed 1830 !!!!!!!! rubles (one thousand eight hundred thirty !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!). And this despite the fact that then and now they are produced by domestic pharmaceuticals. And the rest have risen in price at times, especially those that are produced domestically.
        2. New Year day 15 March 2020 19: 36 New
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          will buy medicines from those 30% that are produced in Russia.

          for example what ....? Production in Russia is the packaging of imported tablets in imported containers or factories belong to foreign corporations.
          The pharmaceutical production company KRKA-RUS LLC in Istra began operating in 2003. Then it was the first foreign investment in Istra district, which amounted to more than 40 million euros.
          60% of the total demand for Krka’s medicines in the Russian Federation is provided by the Krka-RUS LLC plant.
          1. Cowbra 15 March 2020 19: 43 New
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            For example, such that Germany addressed Russia with a request to help with masks, mechanical ventilation devices and virus tests, like this. And not vice versa. And yet, about the poor pharmaceuticals we have. Already about 100 crown tests in the Russian Federation have been done. USA sends Chinese millionaire from bounty tests - to poverty. Because they infect China, these superhuman people, because they themselves do not have a farm:

            Recall such a case in the Russian Federation?
            1. New Year day 15 March 2020 19: 49 New
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              Recall such a case in the Russian Federation?

              1. "We called Rospotrebnadzor, they listened to us and just hung up. We called the Moscow Ministry of Health - they didn’t pick up the phone. We tried to get through, but no one said anything.
              And the most interesting thing is that checks came here, and suddenly we began to wash the floors and hung up toilet paper. "
              https://newsland.com/user/4297807604/content/podozrenie-na-koronavirus-v-kakikh-usloviiakh-soderzhatsia-liudi-v-karantine-v-moskve/7046447
              2. "They are treated like animals." Muscovite was outraged by coronavirus quarantine
              “There are 10 chambers and 2 semi-boxes. Each chamber has 6 people. All move freely. Every day new “sick” people come. What quarantine are you talking about? - Arrived from China and sneezed - to the hospital! Dangerous! Your neighbor flew in from China and you sneezed into the hospital! ”
              https://www.anews.com/p/124998273-obrashhayutsya-kak-so-zverkami-moskvichku-vozmutil-koronavirusnyj-karantin/
              3.
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                The difference between the lack of an announcement of an emergency situation, which only implies the deployment of field camps and the transition to a special regime of infection and the lack of medical care in the USA, do you understand? In the Russian Federation, the epidemic threshold is not even exceeded close, but they are never placed in KARANTIN separately - only ALREADY SICK, with a diagnosis - and in the isolation ward! Quarantine is for example a "plague liner" off the coast of Japan. Catch a minus for unfounded and stupid propaganda.
                As for the calling PND-shniks, I will say one thing - who has a panic attack or hysteria - should be treated. IN THE WONDERFUL! This is psychoneurology. And isolation with full (free) diagnostics is carried out according to the standard of epidemiological safety - upon contact with a suspect through a virus or upon return from regions unfavorable for Covid. I would put you the second minus, they deserve it, but better to send you to Malysheva instead - there you have the place.
                1. New Year day 15 March 2020 20: 06 New
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                  In Russia, the epidemic threshold is not exceeded even close

                  just don’t need me about it! We have 400 beds allocated for such patients and 48 people arrived yesterday! Per day! And there are 6 such hospitals in the city! 6!
                  If in Germany it is estimated that 60% of people will get sick, then what is Russian better in this respect than a German? Baltic States: the population is 140 times smaller than in Russia, and the detection of cases is higher than ours. Why?
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                  Yes, it’s better to send you to Malysheva instead - there is the place for you.

                  Just the place for you there. I constantly see how in pharmacies there are no medicines for prescriptions already written. And then Germany needs help, you see.
  • Thrifty 15 March 2020 17: 27 New
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    And in Saudi Arabia, it seems, their media write how they managed to "bend" Russia to oil tanks! am
    1. Askold Matveev 15 March 2020 17: 54 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      And in Saudi Arabia, it seems, their media write how they managed to "bend" Russia to oil tanks!

      1 SAR State currency of Saudi Arabia = 0,27 USD US state currency.
      This course of the Saudi real to the raccoon has been holding for more than 20! Charles! years old!!!!
      1. Svarog 15 March 2020 22: 58 New
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        1 SAR State currency of Saudi Arabia = 0,27 USD US state currency.
        This course of the Saudi real to the raccoon has been holding for more than 20! Charles! years old!!!!

        Well, they just don’t consider their citizens to be rams .. and our figures are ready to rip the skin off of the population .. this will not end well ..
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        There, the rial to dollar rate is fixed LEGISLATIVE.

        That is why, in order to maintain this course, in the conditions of a zvizdetsk being created on world markets, the Saudi Arabian gold reserves are flying into the furnace right now. And because of this law, they SHOULD maintain their course by burning gold reserves. This is in addition to the losses they incur due to falling oil prices. Despite the fact that their budget, with many Wishlist, is drawn up at a price of 80 bucks per barrel.
  • New Year day 15 March 2020 19: 22 New
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    Write, for justice, how much Russia has lost.

    Russia will lose from 100 to 150 million dollars a day due to the collapse of the OPEC + deal, this opinion was expressed by co-owner of Lukoil Leonid Fedun.
    https://ria.ru/20200307/1568276337.html
    Due to falling commodity prices, Russia's oil and gas revenues in 2020 may fall by 2 trillion rubles. This was announced at a meeting of the Federation Council by the Minister of Finance Anton Siluanov, writes RBC.
    1. Golovan Jack 15 March 2020 19: 30 New
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      Quote: Silvestr
      Russia will lose from 100 to 150 million dollars a day due to the collapse of the OPEC + deal, this opinion was expressed by co-owner of Lukoil Leonid Fedun

      Doctor, do not repeat this stupidity ... it has already been said, too lazy to repeat:

      Is he (Fedun) explained that such losses consist of the expected fall in oil prices from $ 60 per barrel (while maintaining the transaction with OPEC) to about $ 40 per barrel, with Russian exports of five million barrels per day

      Watch your hands:

      1 million barrels * (5 - 000) dollars = $ 000 million. But not 60.
      2. This is not a “loss of the Russian Federation”, this is the loss of oil exporting companies. The main tax, mineral extraction tax (16%), these companies pay upon the extraction (and not export) of oil.

      Quote: Silvestr
      Due to falling commodity prices, Russia's oil and gas revenues in 2020 may fall by 2 trillion rubles

      A budget surplus of 2019 is only slightly less than those 2 trillion. rub. Sapienti sat yes
      1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 20: 18 New
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        2. This is not the “loss of the Russian Federation”, this is the loss of oil exporting companies. The main tax, mineral extraction tax (16%), these companies pay upon the extraction (and not export) of oil.

        wassat Tru-la-la, tru-la-la, you lied for 3 rubles ...
        According to the budget rule, everything above 42 bucks per barrel goes to the "pot", i.e. in the NWF, which seems to be including the state. A tax of just 42 bucks.
        And where, as you have proven to me here, is everything offset by the state if oil is lower?
        Recall the dialogue, or do you remember?
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          And where does everything get compensated to the state if oil is lower?

          It is from the NWF. And only if the oil is below your "42" (I do not remember these numbers).

          Quote: Honest Citizen
          you lied for 3 rubles

          In which place, my friends? wink
          1. Honest Citizen 15 March 2020 20: 28 New
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            In the very one where he wrote that these are the losses of companies. All that is higher - just goes to the NWF
            1. Golovan Jack 15 March 2020 20: 35 New
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              In the same place where he wrote that this is the loss of companies

              So. I already told you that we ... were not on the same field? So we won’t be there, you mark there yes

              The volume of exports multiplied by the sale price is namely the loss of exporting companies, they sell their oil, not state. Argue.

              MET (the main tax on oil workers after the so-called "tax maneuver") they have already paid. Argue.

              Naturally, the state will lose, on the same income tax, but by no means $ 100 million per day. Argue.
  • tech3030 15 March 2020 19: 56 New
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    How many of these articles are soothing, like everything is fine, the enemies are dying!
  • Andrey Koptelov 15 March 2020 20: 28 New
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    Russia lost? Or a group of people controlling this topic?
  • Eroma 15 March 2020 21: 36 New
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    One-sided rection in the world, Russia is to blame for the problems of the world because it has refused a bad deal!
    In general, the whole world is trying to agree on any problem! Only the United States stands by and takes advantage of these agreements! Trust + cut production, in order to balance prices, the United States increases production without discussing anything with anyone! ... and Russia is to blame, which did not agree with the Saudis that the United States continue to increase production laughing
  • Stalllker 16 March 2020 03: 16 New
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    In the "war", both sides suffer losses, and this one is normal. But I don’t think that the CA has all the different reserve funds, like Russia
  • maidan.izrailovich 16 March 2020 03: 27 New
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    Write, for justice, how much Russia has lost.

    Stupid comment.
    Saudi Arabia declared the oil war of Russia. What do you think Russia should have done in order not to lose oil profits? Surrender to the mercy of the winner (CA)? Then they would have lost even more (sales markets).
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    For a long time, the Saudis did not bomb the refineries, they directly beg.
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    So Russia is losing profit due to falling oil prices.
    Price wars, always hit all participants have grown, and the one with more financial reserves wins
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      Quote: BlackMokona
      So Russia is losing profit due to falling oil prices.

      But it’s a completely different matter when only Russia is forced to suffer losses, and then the Russian Federation prepared and having waited for a convenient moment, it allowed everyone to burst into tears.
      We would have been led to losses displacing from the market anyway.
      The only thing that saddens slightly is that a decent part of the burden on ordinary people will fall.
      1. The leader of the Redskins 15 March 2020 16: 33 New
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        You have an error in the last sentence ... Or rather:
        "The common people will lie ..."
        1. Cowbra 15 March 2020 17: 14 New
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          You went broke all the time that the “common people" from oil and gas and so "gets nothing." Maybe it's time to either remove the cross or put on your underpants? And then the niche of such statements is tightly occupied by Petrosyan
    2. Kronos 15 March 2020 16: 31 New
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      That's just they have stocks and much more money.
      1. Dmitry Donskoy 15 March 2020 17: 16 New
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        We have more reserves and money than the Saudis, look at the statistics, if not laziness. hi
  • Observer2014 15 March 2020 16: 13 New
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    Die Zeit: Saudi Aramco lost over 20 percent of profit due to oil war with Russia
    What a buzz wassat laughing Yes, we do not care how much they lost. How much we lost. In the store on the price tags clearly printed.
    1. Teacher67 15 March 2020 16: 21 New
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      You’re lying on TV, we’ve won everywhere. laughing
    2. Tank jacket 15 March 2020 16: 54 New
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      Do not cry or lie I was in the store today. Nothing has changed on Magnet's price tags.
      1. Machito 15 March 2020 18: 03 New
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        And in the trash, as always, for free.
        1. Tank jacket 15 March 2020 18: 31 New
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          In the garbage dump for free, I agree, but in the Shop near the house today the price tags have not changed.
          1. Observer2014 15 March 2020 18: 43 New
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            Quote: Tank jacket
            In the garbage dump for free, I agree, but in the Shop near the house today the price tags have not changed.

            What jacket. Is it dull like in a tank? Wait, you still answer me for retirement dirty tricks amAren't you with your friendships foolDrowned for this action? Ah !? Not very big growth. Today he did not see a rise there. Compare prices before the new year and now.
            1. Tank jacket 15 March 2020 18: 58 New
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              Where are you watching from? Have you been to the store today? Out of the deal with OPEC before the new year? Can you keep up to date with 2 m jackets? Have you heard about the IMF and how is the retirement age related to the IMF?
              And "Yes" prices have not changed since the new year in my personal magnet laughing
  • NF68 15 March 2020 16: 17 New
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    The Saudis are fighting not only with Russia, but also with American shale oil. Perhaps even more than with Russia.
  • Toby Dammit 15 March 2020 16: 18 New
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    And as always, the selection of the "right" kamenty and not a word about the losses of Russia. The KhPshnikov sect has already decreased quite a lot, for whom is this nonsense?
  • Warrior MorePhoto 15 March 2020 16: 21 New
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    Quote: Honest Citizen
    Write, for justice, how much Russia has lost.


    If it’s rude, then we are the population minus 20%. We are waiting for a price increase for everything and feel.

    Aramco is like a pellet to an elephant, now its shares have become more attractive to investors, this is what the “bulls” need ... just expectations for the virus and most likely information by March 29, when the Trust + contract ends legally.

    Further, the cost of oil at these prices, they earn even now and earn well. For us it is almost a collapse.
  • tuts 15 March 2020 16: 27 New
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    There is an old bearded joke:
    The price of oil rises and the price of gasoline at a gas station rises, the price of oil falls, and the price of gasoline still rises !!!

    Actually, until !!!
    After all, cheap gasoline is cheap transportation, and therefore the production of everything becomes cheaper and harvesting is easier and all that ....
    1. kuznec 15 March 2020 17: 32 New
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      I don’t directly know where to leave the comment ... Here, or something .. Regarding the fall in oil prices: the budget rule. It is with such an urkagan stress. Because with a barrel price of 40 (+ - a bit), all the headstock is invested in foreign securities. Those. people from grandmas for oil (as my teacher on system analysis said) had NOTHING. They had only dollar magnates. Therefore, supposedly no one should suffer from falling prices to 40 Baku. BUT: the fucking fallen ruble exchange rate, given our inability to produce even socks in sufficient quantities, and the need to buy them for bucks, spins inflation. I hope even naive and not so kremleboty go to shops and pay a communal apartment? And they really estimate inflation, and not according to the claims of the Sakha. Here is the answer. The powers that be are welded up, in any case, fluctuations in oil prices and the dollar exchange rate. And ordinary people pay for this holiday. As for gas prices - they have more than 70 percent of taxes and fees. And in gas prices, the greed of oil magnates is not the main thing, but the government’s shamelessness.
  • Vasyan1971 15 March 2020 16: 29 New
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    ... Saudi Aramco lost 20,6 percent of its profit. The largest Saudi oil company has not had such a fall for several years.

    It doesn’t say anything. Gambit. They hope to recoup a hundredfold later. The Soviet Union began to bend because of similar kunshtyuk.
  • spirit 15 March 2020 16: 30 New
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    That's just the Saudis increased the volume to 10 million barrels per day, and we can hardly reach 500 and even the big questions are of quality! Plus they have dumping and sales of old stocks, so who will take the place of the American shale at this scale and price?)
    1. Golovan Jack 15 March 2020 16: 57 New
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      Quote: spirit
      they have dumping and selling old stocks

      IMF: Saudi Arabia needs $ 85 oil to overcome budget deficit

      Details: https://regnum.ru/news/economy/2570407.html

      Anything less than 85 is not good for the Saudis request
  • arsenks 15 March 2020 16: 43 New
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    But it is interesting that ordinary citizens of KSA lost from this, I think nothing unlike ordinary citizens of Russia .... Therefore, it is not always appropriate to operate with global interests ...
  • Tank jacket 15 March 2020 16: 52 New
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    Saudis! This is for your participation in the destruction of my homeland of the USSR! And for supporting terrorists in Chechnya and in the BV and in Central Asia. Get ...
  • rocket757 15 March 2020 16: 57 New
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    This is just the beginning!
    So EVERYTHING and a lot will lose! The question is, who is willing to lose a LOT !!! and for what purposes ???
    And so .... the winner can get more than lost .... not always, but very likely.
    1. cniza 15 March 2020 17: 33 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      This is just the beginning!

      And so .... the winner can get more than lost .... not always, but very likely.


      But the risk is big ...
      1. rocket757 15 March 2020 22: 53 New
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        Bet better than champagne or ice cream!
        Us, of course, everything will hook and not a plus ..... and so, the game is cool, interesting.
  • Shahno 15 March 2020 17: 05 New
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    Quote: Golovan Jack
    Quote: spirit
    they have dumping and selling old stocks

    IMF: Saudi Arabia needs $ 85 oil to overcome budget deficit

    Details: https://regnum.ru/news/economy/2570407.html

    Anything less than 85 is not good for the Saudis request

    Really, really funny. Yes, the Saudis to one, well, you understand ... They now wanted to crowd out competitors by increasing volumes. What they lose, then return. Simple practice..
    PS. It is commonplace. What is really interesting is their level of interaction on fuel with the states. Still not obvious.
    1. Golovan Jack 15 March 2020 17: 11 New
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      Quote: Shahno
      Yes, the Saudis to one, well, you understand ...

      I do not understand. If possible - in more detail, and with numbers.

      Quote: Shahno
      What is really interesting is their level of interaction on fuel with the states

      What does your term “fuel interaction level” mean?
  • Avior 15 March 2020 17: 05 New
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    Everyone mixed up - losses from a missile strike, a drop in oil prices, and the same reduction in the value of stocks shoved
    And what, someone was expecting the value of stocks to rise when the price of oil plummeted?
    1. Cowbra 15 March 2020 17: 25 New
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      And what, someone was expecting the value of stocks to rise when the price of oil plummeted?

      Anyone who is trying to conduct an IPO, sell Aramco's shares, while declaring that it will dramatically increase oil production. What is laughter in itself - did they manage to restore the plant at all? No data. But this is not important - they themselves brought down the oil with a statement, they themselves entered the market with shares.
      Eastern Bazaar - everyone yells, they run somewhere, and unbearably dooms
  • DymOk_v_dYmke 15 March 2020 17: 08 New
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    The Germans would be silent and silently seize the moment.
    "Their tongue is their enemy."
  • Avior 15 March 2020 17: 09 New
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    . In 2020, the reduction in oil and gas revenues in Russia will amount to two trillion rubles. This was announced by Russian Minister of Finance Anton Siluanov, reports RIA Novosti.
    According to the minister, at current oil prices, the Ministry of Finance predicts a deficit of 0,9 percent of GDP.

    I wanted to compare how much the Saudis lost from lowering the price, but these are just the numbers in the article
    And the headline is loud
  • Cowbra 15 March 2020 17: 11 New
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    Do not confuse profits with capitalization. How many Saudis get and sell is definitely not known at all. The point is different - they have long wanted to sell part of Aramco's shares. The only point is that profitability has fallen. But first, a blow to the plant ... Then the Arabs broke off even more abruptly - they decided to push the shares on the New York Stock Exchange, for this it is necessary to assess the assets. Held ... So in the end I had to run from there and place shares for sale at home. A cat in a bag can be sold there ... And - oops! Failure - no fools to buy it ...
    1. Avior 15 March 2020 19: 37 New
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      In the title, it’s about profit.
      But about the losses from the fact that they reduced the price, not a single figure
      If this is really not known, as you wrote above, then what losses did the article bring about?
      1. Cowbra 15 March 2020 19: 39 New
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        Have you read anything besides the headline? In the text - it is about the fall of stocks. Read. In the text of the article. What I wrote - google IPO Aramco. And in general, before asking a question - it’s useful to think
        1. Avior 15 March 2020 19: 48 New
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          Was reading
          So that’s what is in the title, but not in the article
          But everything is mixed
          Oil has fallen in price - it is clear that capitalization has fallen
          But the article did not share the reasons for the drop in capitalization — from missile attacks, from the general drop in world industry or the virus, due to lower oil prices — everything is mixed up.
          What in the world has the oil company increased stock prices?
          And about google, what is the point in the article, if you need to start reading it by forgetting what you wrote in the heading and not paying attention to what the article is written, but google right away?
          Why is such an article necessary at all?
          For the sake of the title?
          1. fk7777777 15 March 2020 20: 18 New
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            Oh, normal practice, say thank you for not adding about Stalin, the Bible, and some other vinaigrette ....
  • Mentat 15 March 2020 17: 30 New
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    Do not forget that our main enemy is slate and greens. These reptiles need to be wet mercilessly, not the Saudis.

    "Green" at this stage of technology development is uncompetitive. In general, this is the future of energy, of course, but this future is quite distant. Oil is needed for another, it will never depreciate.
  • honest people 15 March 2020 17: 39 New
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    Quote: Tank jacket
    Saudis! This is for your participation in the destruction of my homeland of the USSR! And for supporting terrorists in Chechnya and in the BV and in Central Asia. Get ...

    Thanks, we got it! good

  • Campanella 15 March 2020 18: 13 New
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    Somehow everything is shitty. Everything is tied up in a knot and the foreign and domestic situation and all the fault of the coronovirus and the last term of the President of Russia.
    Whatever you want, think, or the world will explode, or Russia, or somebody else.
  • Tank jacket 15 March 2020 18: 28 New
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    Quote: Bearded
    And in the trash, as always, for free.

    And on what garbage dump for free?
  • primaala 15 March 2020 18: 44 New
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    - What unites the pessimist and optimist?
    - Lack of information ...)))
    1. Golovan Jack 15 March 2020 19: 01 New
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      Quote: primaala
      - What unites the pessimist and optimist?
      - Lack of information ...)))

      There is another version: a pessimist is a well-informed optimist smile
      1. primaala 15 March 2020 19: 04 New
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        Quote: Golovan Jack
        Quote: primaala
        - What unites the pessimist and optimist?
        - Lack of information ...)))

        There is another version: a pessimist is a well-informed optimist smile

        yes ... and + (smile))
        Now I write carefully. Received a warning.
        And how could she offend men !? )))
        1. fk7777777 15 March 2020 20: 13 New
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          Not, not, but, here are the very, very, coolest optimists these are Jews. Why ?, because they don’t even know the size, but already cut it off))) ....
  • eklmn 15 March 2020 18: 52 New
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    SA spit on losses, they care about tomorrow - they began to sell oil for $ 25- $ 27 per barrel to those countries that buy Urals, oil from Russia, at a price slightly higher than $ 30. These are China, India and others. Moreover, the CA offers such a price even for April oil, which they never did. And the demand has grown so much that the SA limits the maximum, because get such a quantity is not in a state.
    And yet - the economies of many countries fell, and in order to support it, these countries began to cut rates. Due to the large loss of petrodollars and devaluation, Russia cannot reduce the rate — it must increase the rate, and this will lead to an “avalanche” of losses in the economy.
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      Something you have is either boltonomics or something worthless, but never has the economy ...
  • Hitachi-85 15 March 2020 19: 07 New
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    What kind of overseas Aramko, in which neither I nor my children worked and are unlikely to ever work, lost 20%? Perhaps so, but to me, as a citizen of Russia, this is not particularly interesting.
    I wonder how much we, ordinary people, will lose. Let our "Servants" comment on this.
    Defeat the SA in the oil war? Do not make me laugh. Their proven oil reserves are almost 5 times greater than ours, and the population is 5 times smaller. With approximately the same level of production and with a huge gap in the difference in living standards.
    1. Hitachi-85 15 March 2020 20: 12 New
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      Minusonut minusonuli, but argumentatively refute weakly?
  • Tank jacket 15 March 2020 19: 27 New
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    Quote: Askold Matveev
    Quote: EXPrompt
    Do not forget that our main enemy is slate and greens. These reptiles need to be wet mercilessly, not the Saudis.

    That is, do you propose to “wet” everything progressive ?! That’s in the RF’s doctrine on energy security it’s written, to hell with you, and not electric cars.

    Have you seen how electric cars burn? How to extinguish the fire of an electric vehicle? The ecological footprint of an electric car? How are you going to mine electricity?
  • Gennady Fomkin 15 March 2020 19: 29 New
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    Quote: Lannan Shi
    Quote: BlackMokona
    Every dollar lost by the price of oil is minus $ 2 billion

    More. About 2 times. There is also the export of oil products and gas. And their prices are tied to oil.

    Read at leisure cognitively: https://www.facebook.com/sergey.vakulenko.7/posts/27483332418687 Sergey Akulenko works as the head of the strategy and innovation department of GAZPROM NEFT.
  • Gennady Fomkin 15 March 2020 19: 39 New
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    I’ll tell you a little “secret.” After oil, the second place in our export is not gas and coal. laughing
  • Gennady Fomkin 15 March 2020 19: 54 New
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    On the issue of replacing the export of raw materials with value-added processing products. They don’t want to buy cheap oil - we’ll sell totalitarian alcohol. I suggest sticking the Stolichniy label on barrels with methanol. laughing
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    Wow 23 billion dollars, they’ll buy all their dirty business for a bag of buckwheat, ...
  • nobody111body 15 March 2020 20: 20 New
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    Yes, laughter when they say that the oil of Saudarabia belongs to the state, well, yes sheikh of course; and even this very “sheikh state” is obliged to keep all its billions of current with ev. Yeah, the word “Jew” is forbidden on this site — well, let’s say it in American banks
  • Imperial Technocrat 15 March 2020 22: 10 New
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    It would be necessary to give the Hussites more Iskandera
  • Hyperborean 16 March 2020 13: 42 New
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    By virtue of my work, I drop by the gas station every day. But for some reason I don’t see the cost of gas falling .. On the contrary, the prices even raised by a few cents .. Strange. How can this even be? Why when oil rises in price - gasoline rises in price, when oil rises in price - gasoline still rises in price ??? Why is this happening in our country? We sort of get oil ourselves, the refinery is so located a few kilometers from my house .. What the hell is this .. ???
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    Quote: SRC P-15
    And you did not think about the cost of shale oil in the USA

    Firstly, the share of shale oil workers in the US GDP is about 0,8%. Secondly, the wells are easily preserved. Thirdly, everything is insured.
    Stop pumping, start buying cheap oil, the printing press did not break. hi
  • kutuz 16 March 2020 22: 33 New
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    "Saudi Arabia tried to declare oil war on Russia" - why did it try, she declared it and quite successfully.
  • Pilat2009 17 March 2020 12: 29 New
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    Quote: ROSS_51
    Quote: Hitachi-85
    Firstly, there was no collapse of American shale mining. There was only an attempt, but it was unsuccessful. Shale oil has proven to be tenacious and production is very renewable.

    This is where we end. 400 companies that went bankrupt in the states last time is not in your reality.
    And yes, write a letter to the Kremlin, otherwise the strategists there do not seem suitable for you.

    How did the bankruptcy of these companies affect US GDP and the share of US oil production?
  • Pilat2009 17 March 2020 12: 30 New
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    Quote: Hyperborean
    By virtue of my work, I drop by the gas station every day. But for some reason I don’t see the cost of gas falling .. On the contrary, the prices even raised by a few cents .. Strange. How can this even be? Why when oil rises in price - gasoline rises in price, when oil rises in price - gasoline still rises in price ??? Why is this happening in our country? We sort of get oil ourselves, the refinery is so located a few kilometers from my house .. What the hell is this .. ???

    Because it is Putin's economy