“Reminds the Great Depression”: analysts assess the situation in the global economy

“Reminds the Great Depression”: analysts assess the situation in the global economy

Analysts of international agencies, assessing the situation in the world, express their thoughts on what is happening. Eric Times, a spokesman for Capital Times, said the economy will continue to worsen due to quarantine measures.


According to him, quarantine brings the financial and economic system more problems than the coronavirus itself, from the spread of which quarantine is introduced in a number of countries. According to Neumann, quarantine has an extremely negative effect on almost all sectors of the economy, knocks down medicine, and strikes the labor market, reducing the number of jobs.

Neumann said that what is happening is largely reminiscent of the Great Depression in the United States, which lasted about 4 years. The expert said that in recent days in the countries of North America (Canada and the USA), about 4 million people lost their jobs.

Material has been published on the Russian RBC, which says about the readiness of approximately 20% of employers to go to reduce wages in connection with the crisis. The data is allegedly based on a study conducted by the Center for Strategic Research.

Against this background, the American The Wall Street Journal writes that a sharp drop in demand for Saudi oil is recorded in Europe and the USA. The fact is that the oil refineries of the European Union and the United States refuse oil from Saudi Arabia, citing the fact that "there is nowhere to store it." At the same time, oil demand in China is recovering. And this does not allow the barrel of "black gold" to fall below $ 20 per barrel, as was predicted about a week ago.

Recall that in Russia, tomorrow, by order of the president, the day-off regime begins to operate - until Sunday, April 5.
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  1. IGOR GORDEEV 27 March 2020 10: 19 New
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    It is believed that the epidemic is a cover or justification of problems with the economy of the so-called the west.
    1. Insurgent 27 March 2020 10: 21 New
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      “Reminds the Great Depression”: analysts assess the situation in the global economy

      So,STOP stop The Great Depression is primarily about the United States.
      Soviet Russia, in this historical period, was difficult, but developed.

      Repeat the passed material ...
      1. Lannan Shi 27 March 2020 10: 26 New
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        Quote: Insurgent
        Soviet Russia, in this historical period, was difficult, but developed.

        It’s hard only in agriculture. In other sectors, it is booming. Where do I go, and other eastern "tigers".
        1. Insurgent 27 March 2020 10: 36 New
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          Quote: Lannan Shi
          It’s hard only in agriculture. In other sectors, it is booming.

          I’m not talking about the pace, but about the burden of costs for the state and people.

          In other matters, if the USSR had not passed the stages of collectivization and industrialization, there would have been no May 1945 ...

          Children's writer and poet Korney Chukovsky about collective farms and Stalin.



          Quote: From the diaries of Korney Ivanovich Chukovsky
          1th of June 1930

          I studied populism - scrupulously studied the writings of Nikolai Uspensky, Sleptsov, Zlatovratsky, Gleb Uspensky - from one point: what did these people offer the peasant? How did the Narodniks want to save their beloved people? Idiotic, sentimental, homeopathic remedies. It seemed to him that until the end of the century the peasant should have plow - only varnished, - yes a hut, - only with a brick pipe, and until the end of the century the peasant should remain a peasant - albeit in plaid bloomers. For Mikhailovsky, progress is that we all, in our spiritual structure, become man-like. And when you read all this, you study from A to Z, only then you will see that the collective farm is the only salvation of Russia, the only solution to the peasant question in the country! It is remarkable that in all Narodnik literature, not even the wisest of the Narodniks, not even Shchedrin, even Chernyshevsky, even for a second saw the collective farm. In ten years, the whole thousand-year-old peasant Russia will be completely different, magically reborn - and it will have such a happy life that the Narodniks did not even dare to dream about, and all this thanks to collective farms. Nekrasov - was mistaken when he wrote:

          ... not years are needed -
          It takes centuries, and blood, and struggle,
          To create a man from a slave.

          Centuries were not needed. By 1950, the productivity of the collective farm village will increase fourfold.

          5th of June 1930

          In the evening I was with Tynyanov. I told him my thoughts on collective farms. He says: I think the same thing. I am a historian. And I admire Stalin as a historian. In historical terms, Stalin as the author of collective farms, the greatest of the geniuses who rebuilt the world. If he had not done anything other than collective farms, he would have been worthy to be called the most brilliant man of the era. But please do not tell anyone about this.
          - Почему?
          “Yes, you know, so many scoundrels now praise him for self-defense, that if we too loudly begin to praise him, and we will be ranked among the same unscrupulous group.”
          In general, he is very devoted to Owls. authorities - but out of some sense of respect for her, she does not want to advertise her devotion.
          I told him, seeing him off, how I love the works of Lenin.
          “Hush,” he says. “It doesn’t matter who hears!”
          And laughs.
          1. SOVIET UNION 2 27 March 2020 14: 14 New
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            That collectivization is right. Capitalism has constantly carried out and is conducting collectivization. And the reason for collectivization, greater production efficiency. Capitalism has gone from private factories to monopolies and transnational corporations. And somehow there is no cry that someone dispossessed! Although mergers, acquisitions and bankruptcy are the same dispossession! For whom the crisis, and for whom the window of opportunity. In fact, the country has done the same as the whole world. Transition to large companies. If under capitalism small business under collectivization is cut to the root, then under Soviet collectivization the opportunity for small business was abandoned. Private compound left. The ability to grow plants and animals left. Who paid taxes on the sale of apples, eggs or meat? Licenses for catching animals, fishing and picking berries do not seem to have been introduced! And look at the rural yards of modern bourgeois countries !? Can plants and animals be raised there for exchange or sales? How about free hunting, fishing and gathering !? So do not blame Soviet collectivization. All curses against her are from a small mind and petty greed. Scolding collective farms, today collective farms are slowly reviving. True, they are called agricultural holdings and belong to private individuals. In fact, there is a revival of the landowner collective farms where the collective farm was owned by one landowner and his family. These are the grimaces of history! Here's a run in a circle! I ask the man. Where are you going? On watch. For a long time? For two weeks. Security guard in Moscow? No. To the village! Work as a shift in the village! How do you like the modern round of history ?!
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              1. New Year day 27 March 2020 17: 33 New
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                Quote: Mustache Peskov
                We must vote for amendments regarding the extension of the life of the greatest

                Kashchei the Immortal still will not work
            2. Vadim777 29 March 2020 20: 39 New
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              It seems you are not talking about the apple tax under Stalin?
          2. nPuBaTuP 27 March 2020 15: 39 New
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            Good words spoken by a good man !!!
            And who is so mercilessly minus you? .....
            1. Insurgent 27 March 2020 15: 42 New
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              Quote: nPuBaTuP
              Good words spoken by a good man !!!
              And who is so mercilessly minus you? .....

              The world is not without good people lol
              1. Vadim777 29 March 2020 20: 40 New
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                The world is not without people who are tired of seeing this nonsense
        2. Krasnodar 27 March 2020 11: 08 New
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          Quote: Lannan Shi

          It’s hard only in agriculture. In other sectors, it is booming. Where do I go, and other eastern "tigers".

          This was due to an oversupply of production in Zarada after the end of the First World War - the USSR bought up machines and industrial equipment for a cap of crackers.
          1. Lannan Shi 27 March 2020 11: 22 New
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            Quote: Krasnodar
            after the end of the First World War - the USSR bought up machines and industrial equipment

            Ugums. Just note one subtle point. Communist The USSR managed to buy strategically important equipment from those whom it clearly positioned and openly called enemies. Capitalist Russia, to buy from brethren in spirit, with whom the contradiction is essentially the same - the size of a piece that can be bitten off of the common pie, for some reason is not within the power. It’s just that people worked for the result, not witty at the UN and at other platforms for communication, essentially advertising their loved ones, and showing the very result in the region of zero.
            1. Krasnodar 27 March 2020 13: 00 New
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              There are several reasons:
              1) At the end of the 20s there was a most severe - the second after the WWII economic crisis, from which all countries suffered. Producers - therefore, through intermediaries, the Bolsheviks could buy absolutely any means of production
              2) Indeed, the enthusiasm of the population was to build a developed country of workers and peasants
              3) In times favorable for the West, the Union blocked access to technology and no one could do anything about it
              4) The current ones are engaged in populism - until very recently, the people liked this)).
          2. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 12: 11 New
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            Quote: Krasnodar
            This was due to an oversupply of production in Zarada after the end of the First World War - the USSR bought up machines and industrial equipment for a cap of crackers.

            Well, you know the history of Israel well, but the history of the USSR is nothing for you, but everything does not look like you write.
            Here are the dry lines of that time - “After the end of the First World War and the conclusion of the Versailles Peace Treaty (June 28, 1919), the Entente Supreme Council announced the complete prohibition of all forms of economic relations with Soviet Russia. Germany also joined in the economic isolation of the RSFSR.
            The period of the history of Soviet Russia from 1925 to 1932 is called the Golden Blockade by historians: starting in 1925, Western countries (read the "cradle of democracy": the USA, Britain and France) sold the USSR the latest equipment and technologies of that time only, at the beginning, for the forest , oil and grain, and since 1930, ONLY for grain. For the west, the Soviet government could offer three things: grain, minerals and gold. A decision was made to carry out Reforms in Industry - “socialist industrialization” and, worst of all for the West, the “Gold Dipper” was introduced.
            The first five-year plan begins in 1929, the United States introduced restrictions in 1930-1931, a similar decree was issued in France in 1930. On April 17, 1933, the British government declared an embargo on the main export goods of the USSR. It covers up to 80% of our exports.
            First, the West refused to accept gold from the USSR as payment, then everything else, except grain.
            1. Krasnodar 27 March 2020 16: 03 New
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              And what contradicts what I have written here? )))
              1. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 16: 38 New
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                Quote: Krasnodar
                And what contradicts what I have written here?

                The only thing is that the RSFSR was not able to purchase machines and technologies after the war for many reasons. And better read the memoirs of Solomon (Isetskiy) Grigory Alexandrovich "Among the Red Leaders." He has been engaged in procurement abroad since 1918, was the first secretary of the Soviet embassy in Berlin, consul in Hamburg. From 1919 to 1920 - Deputy L. B. Krasina in the People's Commissariat of Trade and Industry of the RSFSR. In 1920 - authorized by the People's Commissariat of Foreign Trade of the RSFSR in Estonia.
                V.I. Lenin, a friend of Krasin, knew him well. Everything is well described.
                1. Krasnodar 27 March 2020 16: 55 New
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                  It is the RSFSR? But the Moldavian SSR, for example, could? )))
                  1. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 21: 48 New
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                    Quote: Krasnodar
                    It is the RSFSR? But the Moldavian SSR, for example, could?
                    The socialist Russian state, the RSFSR, which existed between the October Revolution of 1917 and before the formation of the USSR in 1922. In 1922, the RSFSR, the Ukrainian SSR, the BSSR and the ZSFSR (Transcaucasian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic) formed the USSR. Those. The RSFSR appeared before the USSR. But, on October 12, 1924, the Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic was created as part of the Ukrainian SSR. That is why Moldova could not.
                    1. Krasnodar 27 March 2020 21: 51 New
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                      So I wrote about the end of the 20s)) of the RSFSR and where?
                      1. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 22: 21 New
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                        Quote: Krasnodar
                        So I wrote about the end of the 20s)) of the RSFSR and where?

                        Yes, about the fact that the RSFSR is the basis of the USSR. The rest is just drawn out. The RSFSR of that time was the Russian state.
            2. Irokez 27 March 2020 16: 54 New
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              Quote: tihonmarine
              First, the West refused to accept gold from the USSR as payment, then everything else, except grain.

              This is one of the reasons for the transfer of agricultural to collectives (collective farms). Given that the private trader will not especially hand over the strategic product (grain) to the state, then they have taken extreme measures. Dekulakization, collectivization, and in particularly difficult years, total seizure of grain (as the only currency) where there were excesses and famine in the villages. Industrialization was achieved at such a terrible price, and in this the main blow fell on the peasants.
              1. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 22: 03 New
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                Quote: Irokez
                Given that the private trader will not especially hand over the strategic product (grain) to the state, then they have taken extreme measures.

                Well, that's right, but you forgot that the private owner, this is "private property", which could not exist in the Socialist state. According to Marx it sounds like this “Full, free ownership of land meant not only the ability to freely and unrestrictedly own it, but also the ability to alienate it ... What this meant, explained ... money invented simultaneously with private ownership of land. Land could now become a commodity that they sell and mortgage. ” Private owner, he is the owner of the land, although small and impoverished, but he is a capitalist. This is what V.I. Lenin understood. The elimination of private property (do not confuse with personal property), this was the first task of the new Socialist society. The earth began to work for the state.
                1. Irokez 27 March 2020 22: 12 New
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                  Quote: tihonmarine
                  private owner, this is "private property"

                  But what about the slogan: “Factories to the workers, land to the peasants”?
                  1. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 22: 23 New
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                    Quote: Irokez
                    But what about the slogan: “Factories to the workers, land to the peasants”?

                    But not in private ownership.
                    1. Irokez 27 March 2020 22: 29 New
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                      Quote: tihonmarine
                      But not in private ownership.

                      The fact of the matter is that the revolution was made under this slogan and everyone believed in it, that is, we would throw off the bourgeoisie and become masters of the land and factories, and it turned out as it turned out, not masters, but hard workers on state property. The people, as always, were deceived.
                      Well, it turns out we are building socialism, and then we will reach communism, but with all the mentalities of that time, socialism, and especially communism, were ghosts and science fiction, and therefore they forced everyone into collective farms because they were not conscious.
                      1. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 23: 38 New
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                        Quote: Irokez
                        The fact of the matter is that the revolution was made under this slogan and everyone believed in it, that is, we would throw off the bourgeois and become masters of the land and factories,

                        Well, you are not quite right here, because the revolution was made by those who removed the tsar from power, but they are not Bolsheviks. The Bolsheviks simply took what was lying around, and nobody took it. Slogans are demagogy, but when power is in your hands, then you can stick everything. But these people perfectly understood and knew what to do, and they had the will, so they won. Do not confuse "God's gift with fried eggs." Taking power into their own hands, they knew how to hold it. And our generation did not know how to hold on to power. That's why we have what we have now. There is no one to be offended.
          3. nPuBaTuP 27 March 2020 15: 41 New
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            for a hat of crackers.

            As far as I know, the caps were filled with gold .....
            1. Krasnodar 27 March 2020 16: 05 New
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              Gold, grain, forest. AND? In any case, the cost of this product was low.
              1. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 22: 31 New
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                Quote: Krasnodar
                Gold, grain, forest. AND? In any case, the cost of this product was low.

                Correctly, but not selling these resources, the country could not meet the enemy in 1941 armed, and could not defend the country. Yes, with huge losses, but if it were not for this, we would now be called the Third Reich.
          4. Vadim777 29 March 2020 20: 41 New
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            For gold taken from the population bought up
      2. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 27 March 2020 10: 35 New
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        Not only in the USA, in Europe too. But the USSR - yes, it developed
        1. SOVIET UNION 2 27 March 2020 14: 26 New
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          And developed under sanctions not even a couple of the current! And the lack of 300 varieties of sausage and toilet paper, oddly enough, did not interfere with this development! Today there is both sausage and toilet paper, but something is in the way! Really eggs ?! What! Eggs of the wrong system ?! Or maybe cut them off so they don’t interfere ?! How?! Right on a living ?! Oh well in FIG !? But the lack of accounts and property there (everyone knows where), somehow more effectively contributed to the development of the country! Can repeat the experience? Cut these big eggs?
          1. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 22: 33 New
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            Quote: SOVIET UNION 2
            And developed under sanctions not even a couple of the current!

            Not even with “sanctions,” but by breaking hands.
          2. Vadim777 29 March 2020 20: 42 New
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            Do you catch sturgeon in the Moscow River? And before the Second World War she was caught there ...
      3. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 11: 53 New
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        Quote: Insurgent
        Repeat the passed material.

        It will not work, the leaders have not yet been born.
        1. Vadim777 29 March 2020 20: 43 New
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          Do you dream at minus 40 without mittens with a pickaxe to build the White Sea-Baltic Canal? Oh well
      4. 72jora72 27 March 2020 12: 06 New
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        So, STOP stop "The Great Depression", it is primarily about the United States.
        Soviet Russia, in this historical period, was difficult, but developed.
        At that time, Russia bought entire manufactures in the United States, in a place with engineering and technical personnel.
        1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 27 March 2020 13: 10 New
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          Well, I did it right, but what's the contradiction?
        2. SOVIET UNION 2 27 March 2020 14: 32 New
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          Yes! Technology purchased! But the salaries paid by the Soviet, not American! But what is interesting! Directors and engineers for some reason did not run away over the hill for a foreign salary! And if the current managers pay a minimum wage ?! Will they run away or not? What ?! The minimum wage is quite a decent level! And one and a half minimum wage is already a legitimate middle class! Or do our managers not want to live well? Run away to the USA? Are they waiting there? And who is waiting for them there? Dirty streets and garbage cans?
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        3. tihonmarine 27 March 2020 22: 37 New
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          Quote: 72jora72
          At that time, Russia bought entire manufactures in the United States, in a place with engineering and technical personnel.

          And remember that at
          about the time of the 30s was in the USA
          1. Alex Justice 28 March 2020 10: 45 New
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            We have the same trouble now. Many lost their jobs, queues for benefits.
            https://www.google.com/search?q=melbourne+centrelink&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjv7pHC1bzoAhUTg-YKHSxYBI0Q_AUoA3oECC0QBQ&biw=1870&bih=950
            1. tihonmarine 28 March 2020 11: 38 New
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              Quote: Alex Justice
              We have the same trouble now. Many lost their jobs, queues for benefits.

              “Karon” hit harder than the sanctions and the collapse, especially in small enterprises and offices. So it is in the world in small states with only small enterprises and firms. The second "Great Depression."
      5. Gene84 27 March 2020 15: 36 New
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        Quote: Insurgent
        AK, STOP "The Great Depression", it is primarily about the United States.
        Soviet Russia, in this historical period, was difficult, but developed.

        For some reason, modern "analysts" usually forget about this ... Apparently they do not want to show that the Soviet system created by Stalin is not subject to various capitalist crises.
    2. Major Yurik 27 March 2020 10: 30 New
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      Quote: IGOR GORDEEV
      It is believed that the epidemic is a cover or justification of problems with the economy of the so-called the west.

      Westerners know how to tolerantly call kirdyk some kind of affectionate term so that their bourgeoisie do not accidentally succumb to panic. negative In the Russian mentality it is customary to call everything by their proper names, even more than .... yes
      1. Andrey.AN 27 March 2020 11: 21 New
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        For players, this is not a kirdyk, but an option to throw lenders. Turnips they scratch.
    3. dzvero 27 March 2020 10: 37 New
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      I met the opinion that this is a screen for reformatting the world economy.
      And the crisis will be worse than the Great Depression. On ViM there was an article about the economy of Singapore. Such a "thermometer" state of the world economy. Recessions were in the 87th, 98th, 2001th and 2009th years. The maximum decline was in the 98th - 2.3%. Now - 4.2% ... What and how will be in real life is unknown, but the trend is obvious.
    4. Air force 27 March 2020 10: 43 New
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      Now, any theory can be applied to this virus and everything will be in the top of the head. Starting from the cover of the crisis, or reducing the population or reducing the elderly population in order to reduce pension costs, etc. Or biological terrorism or war. Or as your version: with the help of this virus, you can introduce total control over the population up to the introduction of chips to know where the infected person has been, etc. Well, followed by the abolition of paper money, here's a digital slavery. Or imagine another version, the virus is not artificial (otherwise it would be visible to virologists), but a vaccine or a medicine (or maybe not) is created that is very contagious from it, a young military man is infected and sent to China and voila arrives in the states a course of treatment, and in China an epidemic. Or maybe it's all an accident when researching this virus. There are a lot of theories that can be thrown, but it would be safer and cheaper for the initiators to start a war in the Middle East so that oil would fly up to 120 bucks and oil shale would flourish than start a planetary epidemic. It is easier for them to bombard the Saudis and justify that there is no democracy and everyone would, as always, believe and support the type, someone would be indignant. But to hide the crisis, to organize a planetary epidemic is a bust, all the more so those in power who are at risk 60+
      1. SOVIET UNION 2 27 March 2020 14: 57 New
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        Yeah! You can impose any theory! My version. The virus imposed on the crisis. There was a recession. The collapse of the USSR delayed recession. They tried to drive the BV into the Stone Age in order to have cheap raw materials. Focus failed. They tried to fill the EU with migrants and cause a war of nationalities. Not a ride. Now an elephant has been inflated from a fly and the whole world is scared by this elephant. The virus is to blame for the decline. But the ceiling of consumption is most likely to blame. How much water do you drink per day? Liter? Five? Ten? So it is here. One smartphone, one car, one apartment is enough for you. Instead of reducing working hours, our markets are expanding. Although the performance of modern equipment can easily reduce working time. The quality of production allows you to produce phones and cars that your grandchildren can use! Or is the quality such that the product should be thrown away in a year? Well then, we have a regression of society! Do you want us to use junk? To spin your phone’s disk all your life? But how many years is the wheels? And they are spinning! Shoe how old? Who walks barefoot? How old are homes? Who wants to live without a roof? The point is the constant destruction of the old and the construction of the new? Needlework from idleness? Or is there a problem in bulimia points (money) that you can have after breaking an old one?
    5. Aleksandr21 27 March 2020 11: 23 New
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      Quote: IGOR GORDEEV
      It is believed that the epidemic is a cover or justification of problems with the economy of the so-called the west.


      We decided to finish, so as not to suffer? Originally, there is no economy, no problems. But in general, I don’t see a profit here, you can’t write off debts, but I’ve already gained new ones to support the economy, and at the same time everything falls and there is no light at the end of the tunnel. But the redivision of the world is quite possible, the American empire is bursting at the seams, but "A holy place does not exist empty" (c)
    6. knn54 27 March 2020 13: 05 New
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      “Reminds me of the Great Depression.”
      The organizers are the same.
    7. Gene84 27 March 2020 15: 39 New
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      The Russian RBC published material

      At the same RBC, another interesting material was published entitled: "Economists have predicted a recession in the Russian economy." In particular, the material says:
      Economists began to worsen forecasts for the dynamics of Russia's gross domestic product (GDP) in 2020 due to the spread of coronavirus and falling oil prices. The Russian economy can not avoid a recession: a decline in GDP may range from 0,8 to 3%, follows from the forecast estimates of analysts. The non-working week announced by President Vladimir Putin from March 30 to April 5 will only exacerbate the economic downturn, experts warn.
      Read more at RBC:
      https://www.rbc.ru/economics/27/03/2020/5e7c68c09a794763e902f6e8?from=center
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  3. Operator 27 March 2020 10: 21 New
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    And what do the unemployed outskirts guest workers in the EU, the Russian Federation and on the outskirts do?
    1. New Year day 27 March 2020 17: 41 New
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      Quote: Operator
      And what do the unemployed outskirts guest workers in the EU, the Russian Federation

      Same thing as Uzbeks and Tajiks. The heads of their diasporas applied for financial help to their fellow tribesmen who were unemployed, in case of refusal, they do not guarantee their peace
  4. Olgovich 27 March 2020 10: 21 New
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    The economy stops, getting poorer, alas, everything ...

    Better, I think, will be the one who is self-sufficient and can provide himself with simple things for survival: food, energy, transport.
    Russia, I think, has it all
    1. NordUral 27 March 2020 10: 25 New
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      With products, I think, not quite so, Andrey.
      1. Vadim237 27 March 2020 12: 34 New
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        90% of all products in Russia are domestically produced even under foreign brands.
        1. NordUral 27 March 2020 12: 36 New
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          Vadim, even the seed material is mainly imported, as are the ingredients. And take away the import of palm trees - there will be no cheese or oil.
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      Quote: Olgovich
      will be the one who is self-sufficient and can provide himself with simple things for survival: food, energy, transport.

      All this requires money, anyway. Without these filthy pieces of paper, even in an epidemic, even without it, nowhere. There is still a natural exchange
  5. Nevsky_ZU 27 March 2020 10: 21 New
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    I don’t worry about amers, they have a lot of warm southern states, where even in winter up to +25 +30
    But here, even in Sochi, there is wet snow.
    Russia is not America, we cannot economically languish !!
    1. WHAT IS 27 March 2020 10: 36 New
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      Yes, pooh on them, damned imperialists. Nobody on this planet is worried about them, they have not deserved worries .. But for us, anxiously, it somehow becomes the last in the light of all the known events ... We would not want their "great depression" ... I hope we survive this bad time ...
      1. NordUral 27 March 2020 12: 37 New
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        Yes, we have "theirs great" since '91 and does not subside, it only flares up.
  6. Qwertyarion 27 March 2020 10: 51 New
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    . The expert said that in recent days in the countries of North America (Canada and the USA), about 4 million people lost their jobs.

    Inhibition of the economy is inevitable, factories, factories are rising due to the virus, and trade will decrease due to the loss of people’s jobs. By the new year, we will live in a different, harsher reality, and all without exception.
  7. rotmistr60 27 March 2020 11: 00 New
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    Reminds Great Depression
    At the same time, do not forget how it all ended - the beginning of 2 MB.
    1. voyaka uh 27 March 2020 11: 27 New
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      Wrong. From the end of the Great Depression to the beginning of the Second World War
      6 years. By this time, a new economic recovery has already begun.
      Now the recessions are sharp, but short (2-3 years each). And the rises are also sharp.
    2. New Year day 27 March 2020 17: 45 New
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      At the same time, do not forget how it all ended - the beginning of 2 MB.

      This option as avoiding insoluble problems is very possible. It helps if the war is victorious. But it can turn out the other way around.
  8. voyaka uh 27 March 2020 11: 22 New
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    There is no demand for ANY oil, not just Saudi.
    European refineries reduce productivity because
    demand for gasoline decreased. People do not drive, car factories are stopped.
    1. Vadim237 27 March 2020 12: 37 New
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      After the pandemic, the demand for oil and everything else will soar again, this is inevitable, so we buy shares at cheap prices.
      1. voyaka uh 27 March 2020 12: 56 New
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        After 2 years, approximately the prices will return, as they were, you are right.
        1. New Year day 27 March 2020 17: 51 New
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          Quote: voyaka uh
          After 2 years, approximately the price

          You have to live these 2 years to start. Making it easy, living hard
  9. parusnik 27 March 2020 11: 48 New
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    In 1929 there was an overproduction of goods, and now the same thing ...
    1. voyaka uh 27 March 2020 12: 55 New
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      No. Now there is no overproduction. Factories produce
      exactly as much as sold. Computer science is working.
      The owner of the plant receives information from stores and warehouses every day.
      Warehouses are not clogged, as in the 20s, when there was no such feedback.
      Crises now have other reasons: bank investment or mortgage loans,
      uneven development of countries, etc.
  10. iouris 27 March 2020 12: 00 New
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    In the United States, during the Great Depression, farmers lost their land and starved to death. Before becoming president, Roosevelt studied K. Marx's Das Kapital, Hoover suspected him of his commitment to communism ...
  11. Demon_is_ada 27 March 2020 12: 34 New
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    You can discuss any theory about the virus, but recent events speak about the viability of the liberal capitalist system laughing It can more or less develop only in greenhouse conditions, with the slightest deterioration it instantly produces oak. What is typical, for climatic and large-scale conditions of Russia is completely unsuitable. The most satirical, all states with elements of "totalitarianism" quite successfully cope with the virus and their economy against the backdrop of "truly democratic" systems ... Although, as they say, Nicodemus died, well, to hell with him, completely democratic wassat As it turned out, the "chosenness" of the modern self-appointed and self-propelled elite turned out to be very inactive lol virus protection. How much does a virus die during a pandemic? But it seems to me that much more will die of hunger in the post-pandemic period. As I heard the expression - the sprouts of democracy should be poured with the blood of the patriots (read - fertilize with the bodies of the faithful and others)
  12. Ros 56 27 March 2020 13: 14 New
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    Oh, these analytics, they pop like magpies, and then they scratch their turnips from reality.
  13. Operator 27 March 2020 17: 51 New
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    Quote: Silvestr
    Same thing as Uzbeks and Tajiks [with Rosguard]

    You scare me - and I see how the heads of the outskirts of the Diaspora are clogged with arrows with Italian carabinieri and Polish gendarmes laughing
  14. NF68 28 March 2020 18: 03 New
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    In Germany, from the end of February, the sale of toilet paper jumped 7 times. None other than it helps to effectively fight coronovirus.