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Bank DNI released the ruble in the "free floating"

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From today, the Donetsk Republic has moved to the floating exchange rate of the ruble, reports RIA News the message is given.


Bank DNI released the ruble in the "free floating"


“According to the order of the Cabinet, the transition to the floating rate was officially announced from the first of the current year. The proportions of the ratio of the ruble to the hryvnia will depend solely on market relations, "- told in the Ministry of Finance of the Republic.

According to the ministry, "September 3 Ukrainian hryvnia costs 2,9932 ruble, previously the exchange rate was fixed - 2 rubles for 1 hryvnia."

According to the republican bank, the dollar is currently worth 66 rubles, and the euro is 74, 3.

The agency noted that the LC also switched to a floating rate.
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RIA News. Sergey Averin
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  1. Vend
    Vend 3 September 2015 09: 42 New
    +1
    Work economists LDNR. Thinking sit in armchairs. It's good
    1. Das Boot
      Das Boot 3 September 2015 10: 24 New
      +6
      Quote: Wend
      Work economists LDNR. Thinking sit in armchairs. It's good

      I would not rush to conclusions. No economic breakthrough has occurred. These "thinkers" have already introduced multicurrency. Now the hryvnia cash is over. What is genius?
      1. Vend
        Vend 3 September 2015 10: 26 New
        +4
        Quote: Das Boot
        Quote: Wend
        Work economists LDNR. Thinking sit in armchairs. It's good

        I would not rush to conclusions. No economic breakthrough has occurred. These "thinkers" have already introduced multicurrency. Now the hryvnia cash is over. What is genius?

        Yes, the point is not in economic breakthrough and not in genius, but in the right direction.
        1. Das Boot
          Das Boot 3 September 2015 11: 06 New
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          Quote: Wend
          but in the right direction.

          yes give up. What cash is, they make that den. A primitive, not a "direction." To provide what are going to?
      2. Grbear
        Grbear 3 September 2015 15: 43 New
        0
        Das Boot
        I would not rush to conclusions.

        About the "floating" course - this is strongly said. But you need to set the rules in the ratio of currencies, because the hryvnia has not "left" from the territories, but to come as far as it can. With a “profitable” or fixed ruble exchange rate against the hryvnia, Ukrainian financiers will flood the cheap hryvnia, buying up a relatively strong ruble. Given the transparency of borders and the remaining close ties, currency speculation is still real. And so, the junta’s economy is falling or the “machine” has been launched, the hryvnia is falling against the ruble. The parity is observed.

        I would also launch a trial ball - sell coal for rubles, not hryvnias or dollars. Formal uncertainty of status allows. Very interesting to see. hi
    2. VadimSt
      VadimSt 3 September 2015 14: 08 New
      0
      Thinking speak? Those savings that people still had on a rainy day were “washed” by the 1: 2 course for nothing. Payments of salaries and pensions for the floating rate are not fixed - so it turns out, you earned the ruble, and you go to the store with 33 copecks!
    3. 23424636
      23424636 3 September 2015 21: 02 New
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      the rare ones gathered to chop cabbage for the sorrows of oppressed state employees and pensioners playing in proximity to Ukraine. Sneaky pharmacists raised prices by 50%, referring to the inconsistency of rates. Cuba kept the peso to the dollar .90 for many years and did not die, the USSR had an eternal ruble exchange rate of 90 cents PSH, why, without announcing the indexation of salaries and pensions, Zakhar gave the hucksters to chop cabbage in the air?
  2. Seriomilander
    Seriomilander 3 September 2015 09: 42 New
    +4
    Good luck!
  3. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 3 September 2015 09: 46 New
    +5
    “September 3, the Ukrainian hryvnia is 2,9932 ruble, earlier the exchange rate was fixed - 2 ruble for 1 hryvnia "

    Still strange. It turns out that with a broken economy and huge debts, the Ukrainian hryvnia is stronger than the ruble. These financial tricks are hard to understand.
    1. Mountain shooter
      Mountain shooter 3 September 2015 09: 52 New
      +5
      The Ukrainian hryvnia recently cost 6 rubles / hryvnia! And their salaries there - atas. 5000 is good. Our partners got us on the ruble, but the hryvnia got a lot cooler.
      1. North
        North 3 September 2015 10: 20 New
        +6
        What are the partners ?. I think this is done artificially, in order to depreciate labor. cheap labor attracts investors from abroad, but does not make life easier for mere mortals. there will be work, there will be a lot of work, but all this work for soldering and no more. Maybe someday it will bear fruit and the soldering will become a little more. in general, another expectation of a brighter future. let’s look at China, everyone is running around with him as he rose and all that, but look at how ordinary Chinese live - their life is very different from life 25 years ago. IMHO
        1. g1v2
          g1v2 3 September 2015 11: 26 New
          +4
          The point is not to depreciate the workforce. Such a small decrease in the purchasing power of the population does not make our labor force profitable as in the countries of Southeast Asia. The ruble was lowered as one of the main steps of import substitution. Low ruble - a blow to imports and awesome help to our industry.
          With an expensive ruble, it is more profitable to buy cheap imports and this will lead to the complete disappearance of domestic production. There is no production - no work - no salary - the population has nothing to buy import over time.
          With a cheap ruble, producing houses becomes more profitable than purchasing imports. Accordingly, what was produced abroad begins to be produced with us. There is production - there is work - there is a salary - the population does not go hungry and buys domestic, as it becomes cheaper (import rises). More sales of domestic products - production is growing, salaries too. The dependency is simple.
          By the way, for all the numbers and stories of acquaintances in trade and catering (including the elite). In just a year, Russian meat, fish and cheeses began to abruptly supplant imports. There is import, but mainly for assortment. Even in elite restaurants in Moscow, where previously all meat was imported, but they did not know about Russian at all, now almost all meat has become Russian. Was yesterday in okey - the number of domestic products for the year increased sharply. AND ALL OF THIS IS NOT ONLY BECAUSE OF OUR CONTROL SANCTIONS, BUT AND BECAUSE OF THE LOW COURSE OF THE RUBLE - CARRYING IMPORT IS UNAPPORTABLE. Incidentally, I expected much worse, but import substitution is much better than I expected. But we must understand that import substitution is not a complete instant substitution of imported products, as there is still much that we cannot quickly replace or will not. The same household appliances are absolutely not a priority. But rural households, military industrial complex and pharmaceuticals are the main directions of import substitution for this five-year period.
          1. PQ-18
            PQ-18 3 September 2015 12: 29 New
            0
            hi TOTALLY AGREE with you! drinks
          2. North
            North 3 September 2015 13: 09 New
            0
            1. the owner hires a slave for 30p to do "cake".
            2. "cake" costs 1E or 40r
            3. depreciate P 2 times.

            we get
            4. the owner hires a slave for 30p to do "cake".
            5. "cake" costs 1E or 80r
            6. From the task, deduce to whom it got worse and who got better. to the owner, slave, or those who buy a "cake" for E. despite the fact that the cake is necessary for all three to live, and who has more of these cookies is better off.
    2. dvina71
      dvina71 3 September 2015 10: 07 New
      0
      Quote: rotmistr60

      Still strange. It turns out that with a broken economy and huge debts, the Ukrainian hryvnia is stronger than the ruble. These financial tricks are hard to understand.


      there’s nothing to understand. Firstly, we recall the situation of the mid-90s in Russia. When the dollar was stable with annual inflation of 10 percent. In a compartment with fraud on T-bills in this way the currency was withdrawn from Russia, remaining after settlements under the law on joint development of natural resources. And the second .. Now in Russia the exchange rate is not affected by economic indicators, but the desire of "investors" will be heated by speculation. The progress of the course is great due to the good reserves of gold reserves in the Central Bank. Ukraine does not have such reserves; there is nothing to speculate on.
    3. pincet
      pincet 3 September 2015 10: 19 New
      +7
      Quote: rotmistr60
      It turns out that with a broken economy and huge debts, the Ukrainian hryvnia is stronger than the ruble

      why did you get this? due to the fact that hryvnias per dollar should be paid less than rubles? so these are just numbers ... any country can set its own currency exchange rate as it pleases - at least 1 hryvnia for $ 1000 ... the question is in real purchasing power and real convertibility ...
      a simple example - my colleagues, like me, periodically order something on ebay and aliexpress ... however, men from Ukraine and Belarus are forced to open currency accounts in dollars and euros for payment (provided that there is no currency in free sale), but I cry in rubles and do not warm my head ...
      here is the real strength and convertibility of currencies ...
      as one of my colleagues from Ukraine said, "a contribution to a Swiss bank in hryvnias ?! better then in fat ..." smile
    4. avt
      avt 3 September 2015 10: 24 New
      +1
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Still strange. It turns out that with a broken economy and huge debts, the Ukrainian hryvnia is stronger than the ruble.

      Of course, the measure is artificial. But what do you want to do if there is a shortage of rubles and the same pension accrued in hryvnias and their sizes at the rate of, say, in Russia ??? What will Zakharchenko say to pensioners who received, figuratively speaking, a hundred rubles instead of thousands of hryvnias? After all, there now the Crimean version is really difficult, if not impossible, to carry out. And it’s very difficult for older people to get a nominally lower amount even psychologically, not to mention real purchasing power. So they will have to turn around with the course for quite some time.
    5. kpd
      kpd 3 September 2015 10: 25 New
      +2
      And the fact that withbroken-down economy and huge debts"The American dollar is stronger than the ruble, and the hryvnia does not surprise you?
      1. avt
        avt 3 September 2015 11: 22 New
        0
        Quote: kpd
        And the fact that with the "broken-down economy and huge debts" the American dollar is stronger than the ruble, and the hryvnia does not surprise you?

        Uhhhh! How everything is running then! request You first get acquainted with the Brighton-Woods agreement / system and what the USA Fed is and who and most importantly when it was privatized, at the same time you will find out what caused the American civil war as a result of which the USA was formed, and Abram Lincoln banged. Then the understanding of the processes will come - how is it that some currencies are “strong”, and when Nixon declared a default in nature — a refusal of a “gold face value” with the exchange of interstate pieces of paper for real gold from Fort Knox, and others, even if there are natural its resources providing (not only hydrocarbons), which is why they call it "wooden." Although the forest providing it is not cheap.
    6. theadenter
      theadenter 3 September 2015 11: 50 New
      0
      Before the denomination in '98, the dollar was worth a thousand rubles.
      And by the year 2000, dozens.
      But the people did not become richer hundreds of times from this.
    7. ermolai
      ermolai 3 September 2015 12: 49 New
      0
      Quote: rotmistr60
      These financial tricks are hard to understand.

      I have been humbling on this issue for a long time, back in the 2000s, somewhere in Lithuania, there the litur was approximately equal to the Eureka, since then vague suspicions have been sharpening me, the Russian economy, VIZ will be more than any other in the Baltic states, but this is a paradox.
  4. vovanpain
    vovanpain 3 September 2015 09: 54 New
    +13
    Donetsk and Lugansk more and more set sail from the trough of the called Ukraine.
  5. TUNISIA
    TUNISIA 3 September 2015 10: 01 New
    +9
    Somehow, it still sounds strange that a bank of a state "let go" of the currency of a foreign state. The ruble exchange rate is determined by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Hryvnia exchange rate - NBU. Bidding between the ruble and the same hryvnia or dollar does not depend on the desires and decisions of the LDNR authorities.
    1. Das Boot
      Das Boot 3 September 2015 12: 45 New
      0
      Quote: TUNISIA
      Somehow, it still sounds strange that a bank of a state "let go" of the currency of a foreign state. The ruble exchange rate is determined by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Hryvnia exchange rate - NBU. Bidding between the ruble and the same hryvnia or dollar does not depend on the desires and decisions of the LDNR authorities.

      absolutely agree. All these fantasies and improvisations will not give anything.
  6. roskot
    roskot 3 September 2015 10: 15 New
    0
    The ruble is in free float, and the DPR and LPR are farther from Dill.
    1. Das Boot
      Das Boot 3 September 2015 10: 27 New
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      Quote: roskot
      The ruble is in free float, and the DPR and LPR are farther from Dill.

      further, because the hryvnia is over? Well, the rubles will end. Free swimming will quickly depreciate the ruble. If there were cash tugriks, they would switch to a floating tugrik.
  7. Dan Slav
    Dan Slav 3 September 2015 10: 32 New
    -2
    “Floating ruble exchange rate” - maybe that is why the ruble is so stormy?
    Not only oil and thieves of their own, now also Ukrainian thieves have joined!
    Tryndets ruble may be, however!
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    2. siberalt
      siberalt 3 September 2015 10: 43 New
      0
      If Ulyukaev said that Russia has gone to the bottom, then how is the ruble still floating? winked
    3. _Evgeny_
      _Evgeny_ 3 September 2015 11: 06 New
      +1
      Before you write something .... understand the question. Do not be an animal.
      Before the war, the hryvnia-ruble 1: 4
      when entered rubles 1: 2
      floating course 1: 3
      where are the thieves dear?
    4. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 3 September 2015 11: 12 New
      +2
      Quote: Dan Slav
      Tryndets ruble may be, however!

      Before you write something, sometimes, often, you need to sit and think hi
  8. Stas157
    Stas157 3 September 2015 10: 39 New
    +3
    Quote: Mountain Shooter
    Our partners got us on the ruble, but the hryvnia got a lot cooler.

    No partners could plant our ruble. Because, in order to collapse the ruble, it is necessary to sell it, but our partners didn’t have rubles! Our largest banks sold the ruble, exchanging it for a run-down trickle of dollars. The only thing that helped Western partners was to refuse loans. And they had every right to do so! We planted the ruble ourselves, and this is with a normally working economy and a surplus budget! It is necessary to manage! So they did it artificially, since 50% of the budget is oil dollars. That is why Putin, instead of shooting Nabiulina, supported her! But the hryvnia is kept artificially afloat! In any other country with such an economy, there would have been a default long ago!
  9. fa2998
    fa2998 3 September 2015 21: 34 New
    0
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Quote: Dan Slav
    Tryndets ruble may be, however!

    Before you write something, sometimes, often, you need to sit and think hi

    But I’m thinking that the rubles will end, because the expenses are considerable - the army, civil servants, pensions, benefits, and
    the main thing is sheer devastation, what’s next, they will ask our Central Bank? I think they will give it with a “guarantor” command !! And so on ad infinitum. How can the region receive Russian rubles, which does not pay Russian taxes and duties. So they are with us, how citizens of the Russian Federation, or is it an eternal money vacuum cleaner. Explain A.Romanov. what hi
    1. g1v2
      g1v2 3 September 2015 23: 06 New
      0
      Well, pensions and salaries there are not Russian at all, including expenses are acceptable. Are they worth it? I think so. In my opinion, these are investments in our security - a buffer zone and 2 nm corps covering our border (7 motorized rifle and 2 artillery brigades, 5 motorized rifle regiments, not counting individual battalions and territorial defense battalions), which are subordinate to our officers. This is even cheaper than creating additional brigades in the Rostov Region with Russian salaries and supplies. Of course, we don’t need much from industry, although in the same Snezhny they make blades for our helicopter engines, plus some minerals, chemistry, and metallurgy. Well, and most importantly - you need to understand that we are at war, even if our soldiers do not die, but the war is on. War is an expense and it’s better to beat the enemy on its territory than to wait for it to come to ours, and it will certainly come if you give it time to prepare. Yes, we spend money, but save the lives of our citizens.