US authorities will provide 300 billion support for small businesses


Soon, the US authorities plan to provide additional support to small businesses. To do this, they will allocate 300 billion dollars.


This was told by CNN, citing US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin.

US business support measures are triggered by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

The head of the Ministry of Finance is confident that today the Senate will approve the allocation of financial assistance to small businesses, and the US House of Representatives will approve this decision tomorrow.

Mnuchin believes the amount allocated is sufficient to protect the US small business from collapse:

According to our estimates, $ 300 billion should be enough to get almost everything.

In addition, the Small Business Administration could receive $ 50 billion in loans for emergency loans.

According to the Reuters news agency, Donald Trump also initiated the provision of additional financial assistance to individual states and authorities in the regions. To bring this idea to life, a bill was introduced in the US Congress. These funds should help states overcome the effects of coronavirus.

Shortly before that, American authorities decided to channel $ 2 trillion to stimulate the country's economy.
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  1. rich April 20 2020 10: 34 New
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    It's good to have your own printing press)))
    1. seti April 20 2020 10: 36 New
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      Who is your post directed to? Old Man or RFU? And that is vague doubts :)
      1. rich April 20 2020 10: 50 New
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        Who is your post directed to? Old Man or RFU? And that is vague doubts :)

        Old Man? I don’t have a father, he died twenty years ago, and he didn’t have a printing press.
        RFU? And from which side is the Russian Football Union?
        Have you definitely read the article?
    2. Victor_B April 20 2020 10: 37 New
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      Quote: Rich
      It's good to have your own printing press)))

      Not good, but wonderful!
      But Russia is deprived of such an opportunity!
      1. Svarog April 20 2020 10: 44 New
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        Quote: Victor_B
        Quote: Rich
        It's good to have your own printing press)))

        Not good, but wonderful!
        But Russia is deprived of such an opportunity!

        That our printing press has broken down or is the US banned? Or maybe the little egg is over? Or maybe the government refers to the NWF as to its property. There are a lot of questions, the actions of our government are strange, in fact, as always ..
        1. Victor_B April 20 2020 10: 48 New
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          Quote: Svarog
          That our printing press has broken down or is the US banned?

          You will still laugh, but it is the Fed that allows it.
          Roughly of course, but rubles can only be reprinted depending on how much (at the exchange rate) the foreign currency received in the Central Bank.
          Our constitution is a translation from English. The project.
          1. Svarog April 20 2020 10: 51 New
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            Quote: Victor_B
            You will still laugh, but it is the Fed that allows it.

            But didn’t we overcome the dependence on the dollar? Here, many say that we are not dependent on the dollar or on the United States .. apparently mistaken .. import substitution failed. Now everyone will fully see what actually has been done in 20 years ..
            1. Victor_B April 20 2020 10: 52 New
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              But didn’t we overcome the dependence on the dollar?

              And where does the dollar?
              The receipt of any currency. Even yuan and rupees.
              The Law on the Central Bank states it. The Central Bank is not subordinate to either the president or parliament, and according to the charter it does not have the right to print rubles as much as necessary, only "in exchange" for the received currency.
              1. kjhg April 20 2020 12: 31 New
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                Quote: Victor_B
                The Law on the Central Bank states it. Central Bank is not subordinate to either the president or parliament

                Can you tell me who offers the candidacy of the head of the Central Bank and the composition of observers from the state, and also who approves them? Another question is that under that law the Central Bank does not answer for state debts and does not issue loans to the state to cover the budget deficit. But there are loopholes here that allow you to use the funds of the Central Bank through the issuance of loans to "supposedly" private banks. And through them already use these funds for various kinds of projects.
                Quote: Victor_B
                It does not have the right to print rubles as much as necessary, only "in exchange" for the received currency.
                But this is already true. The Central Bank buys on the exchange dollars received from exports, providing for these dollars Russian rubles, which the Government uses domestically or holds in reserve.
                All this, of course, does not seem to be correct and, most likely, from the point of view of sovereignty, it is. But this allows our enterprises to openly trade their shares in the global financial market, to attract credit, etc. At least simplified, as I see this situation, although I understand that the real system is much more complicated.
          2. BREAKTHROUGH READY April 20 2020 11: 04 New
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            Roughly of course, but rubles can only be reprinted depending on how much (at the exchange rate) the foreign currency received in the Central Bank.
            not only oble, but also any other currency, I do not understand what in this case you do not like. Have you heard something about inflation and the dire consequences of issuing unsecured money? But what does the Fed have to do with it?
            1. Victor_B April 20 2020 11: 06 New
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              - We often hear that the ruble is pegged to the dollar. That is, rubles are printed depending on the dollar. How it's done? Does the Central Bank command Goznak to print so many rubles?
              - Goznak prints as much as the Central Bank orders. The Central Bank stores these printing products and throws it and electronic money into circulation. As much as the Central Bank buys currencies. We have the only channel for the receipt of rubles - through the purchase and sale of foreign currency.
              Read more on
              https://www.pravda.ru/economics/1242459-katasonov/

              Lenta.ru: Please comment on the two numbers you are talking about. First: Russia pays the United States a "tribute" of one billion dollars a day. Second: starting next year, the Russian Federation will spend a trillion rubles a year on the purchase of foreign currency. Where did this data come from?
              Evgeny Fedorov: The fact that we pay tribute has been established since 1991. This political establishment in relation to all states of the former USSR, for example, is the same in Ukraine. In addition to Belarus, Lukashenko changed the situation there, and now they have the State Bank, unlike all our Central Banks. The damage mechanism is divided into several parts. The first is the tribute mechanism itself. It works as follows: all emissions in the Russian Federation are carried out only in a single-channel manner - through the repurchase of the dollar and euro, less often pounds and yen, on the currency exchange by the Central Bank.
              The following process occurs: the Russian exporter sold his goods (oil, gas, metallurgical products or whatever) and received dollars for it. The company exchanged part of the money in Russia for rubles from an importer who imports some goods into the country, and the Central Bank bought the second part of the dollars by issuing rubles. The company directed these rubles to workers and to maintain business in Russia. Here's what happened: the exporter sold real goods, and the proceeds of the dollar ended up in Russian foreign exchange reserves (Gold and foreign currency reserves).

              https://miccro.livejournal.com/85680.html
              1. BREAKTHROUGH READY April 20 2020 11: 14 New
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                And how does this not fit in with what I wrote above?
                Attentively, it is possible according to syllables, re-read your own copy-paste.
            2. paul3390 April 20 2020 11: 22 New
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              And why do you think that the ruble should be provided exclusively with foreign currency? As there was printed on the Soviet ruble - provided all property USSR?
              1. BREAKTHROUGH READY April 20 2020 11: 38 New
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                And why do you think that the ruble should be provided exclusively with foreign currency?
                Note that you wrote it, not I.
                For good, the currency should be provided not only with currency, but also with a high level of economy (growth of production and services), strategic reserves. However, Russia is too dependent both on exports (hydrocarbons and metals for the most part) and on imports (competitive foreign goods and services), and for trade it is necessary to have a lot of foreign currency.
                How was it printed on the Soviet ruble — provided by all the property of the USSR?
                Firstly, they also write a lot of things on fences, but not everything is worth believing. We do not live in a fairy tale, words without confirmation - an empty phrase.
                Secondly, the Union was just an ideal example of how the economy cannot be built.
                1. paul3390 April 20 2020 12: 20 New
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                  The union was just a perfect example of how the economy cannot be built.

                  Scourging - one of the two superpowers, the country that won the greatest war and the first to fly into space - turns out to have the wrong economy !! what Truly - the mysterious ways of the mind of a liberalist are inscrutable .. belay
                  1. AU Ivanov. April 20 2020 18: 29 New
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                    I’m not flying to the cottage in the country at the spaceship, I go there by car. Now tell us how things were going with cars in a space power. Not with buckets, which were then released, namely with cars. Really scratch: orbital stations were able to do, but banal cars - no. Apparently, something was wrong with the Soviet economy.
                    1. freddyk April 20 2020 19: 27 New
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                      Quote: AU Ivanov.
                      Now tell us how things were going with cars in a space power. Not with buckets, which were then released, namely with cars. Really scratch: orbital stations were able to do, but banal cars - no.

                      with cars for the national economy and the army, things were fine, some of the best in the world. For cars, there was no problem making the best cars. This is a matter of party politics, not economy. There would be a task, they would do no worse than a Mercedes.
                      1. AU Ivanov. April 20 2020 19: 35 New
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                        Cars for the army - I agree. Unpretentious and maintainable in the field. And for the national economy? Apparently, the cars were very good, if our carriers, at the first opportunity, were transferred to cargo foreign cars. Remind me which of our main towers was air-conditioned, had a comfortable sleeping bag, a refrigerator, an autonomous heater and other "little things" brightening the trucker's life? The “exploiting capitalists" had complete order with these buns.
                        Or Russian Van, and so it goes — the party’s policy is precisely in relation to the people.
                    2. paul3390 April 20 2020 19: 29 New
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                      So what? If you look at modern Lada cars of the same class - they weren’t very much in those days .. But - we had the best free education in the world, the best secondary medicine, free housing, and much, much more that the bourgeois never dreamed of .. But to you sausages it is up to the pager ..
                      1. AU Ivanov. April 20 2020 19: 44 New
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                        Yeah of course. When I moved from a Lada - Six to a seven-year-old Volkswagen, I realized right away that I had no car before. There was a misunderstanding. Free housing? So it was not yours, it was not your property. And to stand with outstretched hand, when they descend to you and deign to you to allocate living space? Easier to buy.
              2. AU Ivanov. April 20 2020 11: 43 New
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                Therefore, the Soviet ruble outside the borders of the USSR was not quoted or converted. From the word "in general".
                1. paul3390 April 20 2020 12: 18 New
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                  Did you have to? Why do we need free conversion - so that the best people can freely travel to their overseas estates?
                  1. AU Ivanov. April 20 2020 12: 38 New
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                    It was necessary to. So that any person could go abroad and buy any goods, if the scoop did not bother to provide the population with quality products. At least for this. And do not change thirty for currency, such as souvenirs, fie
                    1. paul3390 April 20 2020 15: 44 New
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                      And what have we come to as a result? Yes - some part of the population can still travel abroad and buy imported clothes. But - our national money is actually not controlled by our own authorities, and incomes depend solely on the oil industry .. Because there are not enough rubles in the country, hence the extremely low solvency of the people and, as a consequence, the lack of industry .. And to influence this - the authorities can’t do anything, now it’s complete zhёppa with income from raw materials, and then - the predicted collapse .. Here is the price of your Wishlist ..
                      1. AU Ivanov. April 20 2020 16: 31 New
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                        And from the Soviet rubles was good? Money not backed by a mass of commodities, that is, candy wrappers. Just like that, the nickname "wooden" is not given. And where did you get the predicted collapse? Industry in a pandemic is even less useful than extractive industries - in the West, their vaunted industry is practically stopped and requires serious injections to support it, and the one that works has no sales.
                      2. paul3390 April 20 2020 16: 38 New
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                        You do not confuse late Soviet and Stalinist times. Yes - in the last years of Brezhnev and under Judge Mechneny, they overwhelmed the money supply. For which they suffered. But until the 60s, Soviet people lived no less than the vast majority of the world's population, including in the West. If you look at their realities of the time, and not cinematic options, then we are probably better in many areas. As for industry - they have not stopped it, but stupidly handed it over to China. The Soviet one was provided with domestic demand, which was precisely stimulated by the native ruble .. And the collapse is obviously so, people didn’t have a damn anyway, and after the covers and nice tricks with the oil industry there’s nothing left to do but even not regularly .. What industry is it ..
                      3. AU Ivanov. April 20 2020 16: 51 New
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                        I didn’t live in Stalin’s times and I can’t say anything about them, neither good nor bad. But there are numerous claims to Brezhnev’s. The closed economy is undoubtedly good for such emergency situations as a pandemic, but otherwise it is the reason for the technological backwardness that has been observed and increased in the USSR, especially in the field of consumer goods. In general, countries with a high agricultural component of the economy will best come out of this crisis. Mankind will not stop eating.
                    2. paul3390 April 20 2020 16: 58 New
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                      Well you give. Is the dollar also wooden? Or will you assure that it is provided with a mass of goods? belay
                    3. AU Ivanov. April 20 2020 17: 02 New
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                      The dollar is the de facto world currency. And he is provided with the mass of goods of all countries that use it for mutual settlements.
                    4. your1970 April 22 2020 11: 54 New
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                      Well you give. Is the dollar also wooden? Or will you assure that it is provided with a mass of goods? belay
                      -Of course, the dollar is provided with a "mass of commodities" -avianosos and nuclear weapons are also goods
                      And those who doubted, sooooo quickly convinced otherwise. Germany wondered, not to return !! no, just count your little gold !! Where were they sent ?? and Germany with German conscientiousness went there .... because no one was withdrawing the contingent ...
                2. your1970 April 22 2020 11: 50 New
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                  Quote: paul3390
                  Yes - some часть the population can still travel abroad and buy imported clothes.
                  -42 million passports, THIRD population is a "part" ?????
            3. your1970 April 22 2020 11: 49 New
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              Quote: paul3390
              Did you have to? Why do we need free conversion - so that the best people can freely travel to their overseas estates?
              So, for example, to buy large-diameter pipes for gas pipelines, don’t you remember the epic "Gas Pipes" of the 1970s?
              Or precision machine tools, heavy tractors, ships (yes, yes, Värtsilä Finnish didn’t work for rubles !!) and so on ....
        2. kjhg April 20 2020 12: 57 New
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          Quote: paul3390
          And why do you think that the ruble should be provided exclusively with foreign currency? How was it printed on the Soviet ruble — provided by all the property of the USSR?

          You just argue about different models of monetary systems. The system that existed in the USSR was closed in the domestic market. What does it mean? The state, ideally, could print as much money as it produced domestic goods. By how much a large amount on an annualized basis increased the production of goods, by how much money could be printed. But this is ideal. In fact, more was printed and, therefore, the money supply exceeded the mass of goods produced for domestic consumption. To this was added overstock, the release of unnecessary goods, etc. On the other hand, the existing foreign trade turnover made it possible to receive dollars, for which imports were purchased and debts were paid. So, the dollar-ruble exchange rate was completely different there. Roughly speaking, it was impossible at the same rate to exchange Soviet rubles for dollars, because the domestic ruble exchange rate was artificially high. It was not profitable for the state to give citizens dollars for rubles at that rate. Today's system allows you to keep the real ruble exchange rate. In any country in the world, you can exchange rubles at the existing Central Bank rate with an increase in a small commission. But this imposes great restrictions on the possibility of economic growth.
          Both systems have their pros and cons. The Soviet system could also be conditionally tied to the real course, but then the standard of living inside the country would be lower, because there would not be such a large money supply.
        3. Krasnodar April 20 2020 13: 50 New
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          Quote: paul3390
          And why do you think that the ruble should be provided exclusively with foreign currency? As there was printed on the Soviet ruble - provided all property USSR?

          Soviet ruble was a non-convertible currency
          1. paul3390 April 20 2020 16: 39 New
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            And what? And why is it generally free to convert something? There is only one answer - to make it easier to loot from the country to the West ...
            1. Krasnodar April 20 2020 16: 46 New
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              Quote: paul3390
              And what? And why is it generally free to convert something? There is only one answer - to make it easier to loot from the country to the West ...

              laughing try to open a ruble account in any, say, German bank - look at the reaction of the manager ...
              In the case of the USSR - To buy Canadian wheat for our own money, and not to barter transactions at the Ottawa-set tariff hi
              1. paul3390 April 20 2020 16: 57 New
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                So I’m saying - loot money from the country .. In the case of the USSR, the private benefit would not cover a lot of the hemorrhoid associated with this for protecting the ruble .. Canada, having accumulated rubles, could easily present a huge amount for payment. Why do we need it? Easier to barter.
                1. Krasnodar April 20 2020 17: 29 New
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                  laughing
                  Since the beginning of the 70s, not a single convertible currency is tied to gold
                  What loot from the country to rub - the ruble account you will not open anywhere in the West
      2. The popuas April 20 2020 12: 10 New
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        What are you all about inflation? In the 90s there was no money, but inflation was beyond the limit! And? ... why is the US not afraid of inflation?
        1. BREAKTHROUGH READY April 20 2020 12: 21 New
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          In the 90s there was no money, but inflation was beyond the limit!
          I mean, there was no money ... have you really forgotten how you got your salary in the millions? And all because the criminal government artificially poured more money into the circulation than the level of the economy allowed, and thus the lawful robbery of the people took place.
          Why is the US not afraid of inflation?
          Why should they be afraid? Inflation, it is like swiping your head against the wall ... you can beat your head and not be afraid, but you can be afraid, but not fight ... Here, everyone decides for himself.
        2. forty-eighth April 20 2020 12: 30 New
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          Very afraid. You can find a bunch of devastating articles from prominent economists of our planet about the so-called "quantitative easing" (printing bucks). Nevertheless, the USA periodically throws money, apparently, because 1) it does not know how to do it 2) it gives a positive result.
          Why we cannot also is a matter of philosophical character. If we discard the thesis that our economists in power are utter mediocrity (I believe this is still untrue), then the only reasonable explanation remains the total dependence of our economy on the export of resources. Pouring the economy of consumption with money can be relatively painless, and the economy of the export of minerals is fraught with difficult to predict consequences.
          1. Korax71 April 20 2020 15: 11 New
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            The Fed has three mechanisms for influencing inflation:
            1. Requirements for required reserves.
            2. The discount rate.
            3. Operations in open markets.
            About printing bucks, if you are really interested, the Fed can issue only cash and only printed money, while leaving the Ministry of Finance a guarantee equal to the nominal value of this money. If it’s really interesting, you can even see how many dollars the engraving and printing bureau issued by order of the Fed. https: //www.federalreserve.gov/default.htm now see the column of monetary aggregates M1, from that year to the present. it will turn out somewhere 260 billion eternally green throughout the year. that the GDP of sworn friends is about 21.3 trillion dollars. all of them know how to do well without a printing press.
    3. Doccor18 April 20 2020 11: 18 New
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      Quote: Victor_B
      Quote: Svarog
      That our printing press has broken down or is the US banned?

      You will still laugh, but it is the Fed that allows it.
      Roughly of course, but rubles can only be reprinted depending on how much (at the exchange rate) the foreign currency received in the Central Bank.
      Our constitution is a translation from English. The project.

      Well they will not print. They would give people, as someone, bonuses, to whom as aid, to whom as subsidies. People would go to spend that money on lemons and ginger ... and demand would spur a stagnant economy. So what's the catch?
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      But the question is, does this also apply to the states, or are they here exclusively what we want?
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      Can I have proofs?
  2. Million April 20 2020 11: 12 New
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    We have a pre-quarantine state! It means almost quarantine, but we won’t give money to the people. It's their money, not ours
  • Threaded screw April 20 2020 10: 48 New
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    But Russia is deprived of such an opportunity!
    Don’t worry, these 300 lard will come to the Russian Federation as inflation, but someone else must pay for this holiday of unprecedented generosity.
    1. Svarog April 20 2020 10: 53 New
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      Quote: Threaded Screw
      But Russia is deprived of such an opportunity!
      Don’t worry, these 300 lard will come to the Russian Federation as inflation, but someone else must pay for this holiday of unprecedented generosity.

      And here without a doubt ..
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      Quote: Threaded Screw
      these 300 lards will come to Russia as inflation

      Why only in the Russian Federation? This money, as inflation, will come to the economy of the whole world. And the presence of Russia is not the largest of the economies, in this case, this is a big plus, no matter how the economical all-singers and guardians of Mother Russia were moaning, that everything is so bad. So, do you have to rewrite the constitution? Or will it continue, Russia (with the rest), to cover the American "printing press?"
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        Why only in the Russian Federation? This money, as inflation, will come to the economy of the whole world.
        Undoubtedly, just the rest are discussing this in their forums.
        Or will it continue, Russia (with the rest), to cover the American "printing press?"
        Russia will cover the rest with the American "printing press"!
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    Quote: Victor_B
    Quote: Rich
    It's good to have your own printing press)))

    Not good, but wonderful!
    But Russia is deprived of such an opportunity!

    Russia is not without anything. There is a printing press, but the possibilities are limited by the scale of the economy.
    And it is possible to print, only few people accept rubles abroad of Russia.
    And everyone takes the dollar, for now.
    Feel the difference, as they say.
  • Aleksey Aleksandrovich April 20 2020 16: 05 New
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    But Russia is deprived of such an opportunity!


    In the “blessed” 90s, we decided to become a full member of the so-called civilized world. We have fully accepted the rules of the game, tied our economy to dollars, and as a result of privatization, they distributed the national treasure into unclear whose hands and did a lot of things that we now regret.
  • Ilya-spb April 20 2020 10: 37 New
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    But Russia does not have a printing press?

    Well done in the USA, pouring money into the economy. We are waiting for domestic injections into the Russian economy.

    I wish ... Sakhipzadovna resigned ... I dreamed in the morning)))
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      Quote: Ilya-spb
      But Russia does not have a printing press?

      Well done in the USA, pouring money into the economy.

      To say does not mean"pour".. They say a lot but do little - everything is too simple for you .. It's more of a chatter for the media and calming "your" audience .. We also have a printing press, but you forget that the ruble and the dollar are different currencies and rubles are citizens of most countries unfortunately on a rainy day do not keep under the pillow. But the United States will not print more than they can digest.
      It’s also possible to flood our economy with rubles, but it’s unlikely that subsequent inflation will please you ..
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        They say a lot but do little about Russia
      2. knn54 April 20 2020 10: 56 New
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        -Matvey: and the United States will not print more than they can digest.
        The Fed is printing .And more dollars (if you follow the news) are needed, as once, by the IMF.
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        The United States will not print more than it can digest.
        For the United States, other countries will digest the money supply.
      4. Gray brother April 20 2020 12: 49 New
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        Quote: seti
        Saying does not mean "pouring in."

        I’m wanging that they will not give out money for free, only loans. In Russia, too, we have gone this way.
        1. Threaded screw April 20 2020 12: 53 New
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          I wang that they will not give out money for free
          The usual practice in the USA will be handed out then they will pour more cheap loans. They will receive an increase in demand and production, then excess money will be withdrawn and sent to countries of the world through market and financial mechanisms. As a result, demand and production in the USA increase, while inflation among “non-people”, roughly speaking, WORLD will pay for the financial well-being of the US population.
          1. Gray brother April 20 2020 13: 06 New
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            Quote: Threaded Screw
            The usual practice in the USA will be handed out then they will pour more cheap loans.

            Well, in the Russian Federation they also offer interest-free loans to entrepreneurs to maintain their pants, only the trick is that the dormant office will stupidly eat them up, but you still need to give them away, then you need to consider the profitability - it will pull or not, which is complicated by the uncertainty of the downtime. In some cases, it is better not to accept such assistance, to close and then start from scratch again will be cheaper.
            This is true on both sides of the ocean.

            In Russia, it will hit the most “smartest” ones the most, here you will not have a rotting west, there are a lot of such pretzels:

            What, in a stump, "money supply"? Here is reality, without these your clever words.
            1. Threaded screw April 20 2020 13: 13 New
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              Well, in the Russian Federation they also offer interest-free loans to entrepreneurs
              It is completely pointless to compare the processes in the US and Russian economies and this is not a joke. For the actions of the Russian Federation, the Russian Federation will pay, for the actions of the United States others will pay. Therefore, what is good for America does not mean well for the rest.
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                Quote: Threaded Screw
                processes in the US and Russian economies are fundamentally pointless

                Tell the owner of a hairdressing salon or cafe, whether it’s Russian or American, that it’s the Russian Federation and the United States that they will pay for it with loans - at least cheer up a person. smile
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                  To the owner of a hairdresser or cafe, it does not matter
                  Just as important, do not worry about the Americans, they will be fine, I promise.
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                    Quote: Threaded Screw
                    Just as important, don’t worry about the Americans, they’ll be fine,

                    Yes, I don’t worry, each hut has its own toys.
    2. Piramidon April 20 2020 11: 03 New
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      We are waiting for domestic injections into the Russian economy.

      Already pouring. Even bookmakers sprinkle.
    3. BREAKTHROUGH READY April 20 2020 11: 07 New
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      Our government is also pouring considerable resources into supporting the economy and helping those in need, in percentage terms even more than in the USA.
    4. Doccor18 April 20 2020 11: 22 New
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      But Russia does not have a printing press?

      Well done in the USA, pouring money into the economy. We are waiting for domestic injections into the Russian economy.

      I wish ... Sakhipzadovna resigned ... I dreamed in the morning)))

      And her for what? A woman works day and night. Regularly reports on the "work" done :)
    5. orionvitt April 20 2020 11: 50 New
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      Well done in the USA, pouring money into the economy. We are waiting for domestic injections into the Russian economy.

      You do not know much about financial mechanisms in the USA. What good fellows? What is pumping trillions into the economy? No matter how. Where did the money come from? Money only works when it is earned, and not when it is printed from the air .. All these billions will remain in the accounts of the largest banks and financial corporations, where they will spin safely, thereby further inflating the financial bubble and increasing the domestic public debt. If under Reagan, and in 2008, it shot, then now such methods do not work anymore. And small business in the USA, which has already been loaned, do not indulge (as well as ordinary citizens), you will receive another loan, which so have to give, or shish with oil. They have it just, "did not fit into the market", welcome to the street. That's all American help, they have no other recipes. And of course it sounds beautiful, (for the near)
      US authorities will provide 300 billion support for small businesses
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  • Alexga April 20 2020 10: 41 New
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    Especially if this machine is able to print its money for the whole world.
  • Snarkxnumx April 20 2020 11: 00 New
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    "It’s good to have your own printing press)))" but in Germany, France, Belgium in China and so on. even in Georgia they help their own citizens. So it's not about the machine.
    "Cancer cells do not help the body survive." We have two ways, or they are on or an operation ...
  • Zastupnik April 20 2020 16: 41 New
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    It's good to have your own printing press)))

    Especially when the whole world pays for it ... The US debt has already exceeded 20 trillion .. You can’t understand their rich ..
  • alone April 20 2020 10: 41 New
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    The US will help its own. Do not worry about them .. It will be necessary to add another 300 billion .. And this is in a country where no one has ever just given 1 cent to another ..
    This means only one thing: The fasting times have come, brothers ...
  • Azazelo April 20 2020 10: 41 New
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    it's like giving the population 1000 bucks and then getting them to pay 1200 for the coronovirus test .... well
    1. 72jora72 April 20 2020 11: 49 New
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      it's like giving the population 1000 bucks
      Actually, in the United States about 1000 there is only talk on the snout, no one has given anything to anyone.
      and then get to pay for the coronovirus test 1200 .... well, well
      Accounts generally reach 60-80K
      1. Courier April 20 2020 16: 39 New
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        Actually, in the United States about 1000 there is only talk on the snout, no one has given anything to anyone.


        70 million Americans got $ 1200 per person and $ 500 per child.

        Accounts generally reach 60-80K


        For Americans who do not have insurance, treatment for coronavirus will be free, and for Americans with insurance, treatment will be covered entirely from this insurance. This is Trump's decree.
        You have outdated information.
        1. your1970 April 22 2020 12: 04 New
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          70 million Americans received $ 1200 per person and $ 500 per child.

          "Demonstrations against restrictive measures in connection with the spread of coronavirus were conducted by residents of more than ten states in the United States, CNN reported on April 20.
          Protests were held in the states of Washington, Indiana, California, Kentucky, Colorado, Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Minnesota, Michigan, Maryland, New Mexico, Utah. The reason for the protests is that some Americans lost their earnings due to restrictions on business activity.
          According to the channel, in the United States more than 97% of the population is in isolation at home, many organizations do not work. "The resumption of organizations in many ASP states is expected to begin on May 1."
  • sanik2020 April 20 2020 10: 45 New
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    Small business is fed directly from direct services to a person, and if shops, public catering, hairdressers and other facilities for providing services directly to a person are closed, small businesses simply have teeth on the shelf. Yesterday I saw people in Michigan rallied against quarantine and for starting this small business. Therefore, no handouts will not save him if you do not start working.
    1. Scipio April 20 2020 11: 20 New
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      That is, do you think that subsidies will not save small businesses? Do you yourself do business or did you pass by or did you hear something? Subsidies are aimed at saving the small, if not helping, then he will surely die, and this money will help to survive difficult times. Now there are very few who think about profits, the main thing is to stay with me and I will help this money. I can only envy US entrepreneurs. We have complete idiocy ....
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    IC April 20 2020 10: 50 New
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    In Russia, the same will give money to Rosneft, Gazprom, VTB, etc.
    Each country has its own path. We must look at the result.
    By the way, US financial injections during the 2008-2009 crisis.
    to banks and big business, were mainly returned to the state.
  • Scipio April 20 2020 11: 15 New
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    And with us, in order to get paid 12 tons per employee, you still have to approach the criteria. This is the difference between saving the economy and not professionalism and irresponsibility. So far we will begin to take the right measures, there will already be no one to save ....
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      And with us, in order to get paid 12 tons per employee, you still have to approach the criteria.
      -and for this it is necessary that you have it (according to the documents !!) at least
  • sanik2020 April 20 2020 11: 25 New
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    I repeat again, help can be one-time but not permanent and will not save anyone if you do not start working.
  • 1536 April 20 2020 11: 31 New
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    But didn’t we overcome the dependence on the dollar?

    And where does the dollar?
    The receipt of any currency. Even yuan and rupees.
    The Law on the Central Bank states it. The Central Bank is not subordinate to either the president or parliament, and according to the charter it does not have the right to print rubles as much as necessary, only "in exchange" for the received currency.

    And where does it say in the Law on the Central Bank, dear?
    Here, for example, is the sound of Article 1 of the Federal Law of 10.07.2002 No. 86-FZ "On the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia):
    Article 1. The status, objectives, functions and powers of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia) are determined Constitution of the Russian Federation, this Federal Law and other federal laws.
    We look at the Constitution of the Russian Federation, article 75. We read paragraph 1, without climbing into the wilds:
    1. The monetary unit in the Russian Federation is the ruble. Monetary issue is carried out exclusively by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Introduction and issue of other money in the Russian Federation are not allowed.
    Moreover, article 2 of the Federal Law on the Central Bank of the Russian Federation says: "Article 2. The authorized capital and other property of the Bank of Russia are federal property."
    Another thing is that according to the old Russian proverb "The law - that drawbar, where you turn, it happened." But this is a completely different story.
  • Jean-paul marat April 20 2020 11: 48 New
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    Quote: Rich
    It's good to have your own printing press)))

    Not good, but wonderful!
    But Russia is deprived of such an opportunity!

    Why deprived? Print wood as you want. At the end of the 80s, Vitas were so printed that when prices freed, inflation went up like Ragozin’s spaceships without any trampolines.
  • Vasily Ponomarev April 20 2020 12: 08 New
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    here it is capitalism, oppressing its people
  • Ross xnumx April 20 2020 12: 08 New
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    US authorities will provide 300 billion support for small businesses

    Wow! They were surprised! The Russian authorities will also support US business:
    In March of this year, Russia bought US bonds worth $ 13,5 billion and brought its investment in this asset to almost $ 100 billion.

    Of course, this is not $ 300, but we and the people are smaller and the ruble is cheaper than the dollar by more than 000 times ... wassat
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    Ham April 20 2020 12: 09 New
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    in old Don’s elections on the nose ... the main thing is to be re-elected - it is a matter of life and death! on this and 300 will draw ...
    and there even grass does not grow! others will still pay
  • parusnik April 20 2020 12: 16 New
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    It’s interesting, but they will support or even further send to the business, in a big ..? smile
  • os -in April 20 2020 12: 17 New
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    2 trillion 300 billion) Roughly 170 trillion rubles - not sickly
  • paul3390 April 20 2020 12: 22 New
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    Why is the US not afraid of inflation?

    Because they are splashing out their inflation into colonial countries. For example, to us.
  • Jean-paul marat April 20 2020 12: 29 New
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    Quote: paul3390
    Quote: Popuas
    Why is the US not afraid of inflation?

    Because they are splashing out their inflation into colonial countries. For example, to us.


    Very interesting, but how does it work? What does it look like inflation spills out? What Russia has not splashed out its 14% per year anywhere?
  • Alexander I April 20 2020 12: 33 New
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    Fed prints bucks, then the Central Bank of the world will buy US securities
  • pilot306 April 20 2020 13: 01 New
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    Why comments about some kind of printing press? The bottom line is that asashai support their citizens in a bad situation, and the beloved RF replenishes the treasury at our expense ((((
  • Incvizitor April 20 2020 14: 43 New
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    Well, less money will be left to support terrorists.
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    Mwg April 20 2020 15: 23 New
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    Something these 300 billion appear directly in all the news: and loans were given out to friendly countries to fight for health; and the same amount of struggle in the country; and now, it turns out, it’s the same money to support the business.
    That is, they did not print 300, but 900? Or "was there a boy"?
    1. Courier April 20 2020 16: 43 New
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      There was a first aid package of $ 2.2 trillion. These 300 billion from there.
      Congress is currently discussing another 2.2 trillion package. When it is accepted, the third package of 2 trillion will be introduced to upgrade the infrastructure.
  • Courier April 20 2020 16: 24 New
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    This is a bit outdated information. The US has already allocated 300 billion, and intends to allocate another 250 billion to small businesses.
    1. AU Ivanov. April 20 2020 17: 13 New
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      In the United States, 52% of the working population are employed in small and medium-sized businesses, and there are practically no gray schemes there. And we have? In the United States, small business accounts for half of GDP. And we have? And we really have 5-7%.
      1. Courier April 20 2020 17: 26 New
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        But SMEs create 25% of all jobs in Russia

        https://tass.ru/msp/6689099/amp
        1. Kuzmitsky April 20 2020 18: 24 New
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          So this is only according to official data. And if we take into account also the unformed ones, then somewhere we will come closer to the American indicator.
          1. AU Ivanov. April 20 2020 18: 37 New
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            And for what such beautiful eyes do you need to keep unformed? Many of them were even proud that they did not pay taxes to "this state"
            1. Kronos April 20 2020 19: 06 New
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              In fairness, however, you do not understand this greedy bourgeois
            2. Kuzmitsky April 20 2020 19: 08 New
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              Someone was proud that he was unformed, and someone the employer refused to issue. There are different situations. Any business, including small ones, creates jobs, develops, production, trade, services, etc. And he makes a profit, of course, for that he exists. At the same time, business should share profit with the state so that it can finance education, healthcare, defense, etc. Therefore, the question is not whether to “support the unregistered,” but that the unformed should become formalized, work, live richly and share with the state, understanding where its money goes.
  • Revival April 20 2020 16: 50 New
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    We have the following help, they sent an explanation that the help didn’t concern me, and that I would pay taxes for the first quarter no later than 27.04.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX, so I’m thinking where to get them.
    They forbade me to work, and the tax, rent, and credit were not a day later.
    And I thought that we have a state, well, now they’ve clarified.
    Tereshkov, apparently, and that ..
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    C ... damn smart move. It would be better if they muddied another child prodigy.