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With 50, shreds don't talk about ...

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In recent days, a barrel of oil has been knocking hard at the door of the price tag of 50 dollars. Moreover, about 2 months ago, there appeared “experts” who predicted oil prices by the end of spring at the level of 20 dollars per barrel and who were anticipating the next stage of how “the Russian economy would be torn to shreds”. There is no great euphoria due to the fact that oil prices have returned to fifty, for the simple reason that a simple formula works in Russia: “the more expensive oil is, the less willing there is to work with specialized officials”. But they are clearly anticipating the euphoria of those very relevant officials. Still - vacation can take place in full! ..


First of all, they are looking forward to the fact that the “he” plan can be shifted to the far drawer of the table, when oil could fall even lower than thirty, and the budget deficit would increase to more than five percent. Secondly, they are looking forward to the fact that, as announced at the beginning of the year, if oil prices rise above 50 dollars per barrel, then it will be possible to put them back into the dice again - for example, into the Reserve Fund. That is, if previously they were postponed from the amount at least one and a half times higher, now they decided to lower the bar of the “economy” mode to fifty dollars, making it clear that even with 40 more than a barrel, the Russian economy is quite capable of moving and even showing some success. .

Successes? At 50-ti dollars per barrel? Such questions with a claim to bitter irony could have been asked about two years ago, when oil flew above one hundred bucks a barrel. However, the "partners", and the entire world economy, apparently, somewhat sobered up the economic bloc of the Russian government, which realized that there is life with a third of the price of oil that was in the so-called "obese" years.

With 50, shreds don't talk about ...


Life really does exist - economic “gurus” of Russia have come to such a discovery, gradually preparing to put it back into a bowl. The main evidence of this (this is today considered to be a success) is the reduction of inflation to the level of 0,5% on a monthly basis. This indicator is fixed today. If the inflation estimate is extended by a year, it will be significantly lower than last year, when 12,9% was officially declared inflation, and real consumer basket inflation exceeded 16%. In annual terms, inflation in the 2016 year (if the trends do not change) may turn out to be at the level of 6-7% per annum, which is quite good by recent Russian standards.

Another percentage of 2-2,5, and the ideal percentage for investment inflows, which previously stopped not so much with fears of corruption (where there is no such corruption in the world?), But with a decrease in the real purchasing power of Russians and high rates of foreign currencies in relation to ruble. But although the inflation rate is not yet ideal, the market situation is such that investment in Russia for foreign "comrades" again looks quite attractive. This is due to the fact that in the European Union for a month in a row deflation is fixed (price reduction), which for business looks like a lamb knife. That is, investing where there is no real profit, based on deflation figures (the April deflation, according to Eurostat, was 0,2%), to put it mildly, is strange. And although the forecast of the European Commission as a whole is optimistic - according to the results of 2016, deflation will be replaced by easy inflation at the level of 0,2-0,3%, but this is still not a figure that can allow an active growth of the European economy.

And on this basis, large European companies that, on the first wave of sanctions, fled from Russia with shouts of “further, further, further”, now scratch their turnips and are thinking about returning. Moreover, few people even stutter about the current sanctions regime, realizing that sanctions have long been learned to circumvent, quite effectively using, for example, the regional level (it is prohibited to trade certain goods between Germany and the Russian Federation, and between Bavaria and Moscow Region lawyers can be).

For obvious reasons, this development of the situation can hardly fail to please the Russian economic government bloc. Oil is growing, and, obviously, it will continue to grow, as a few days ago authoritative analytical platforms announced that they had “fixed” the deficit of “black gold” on the world market. Inflation is declining. The exchange rate of foreign currencies against the “torn to shreds” ruble, too. And if oil grows and inflation goes down, then “yeah!” Is the dream of any official from the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade and the Ministry of Finance.

And now the Ministry of Finance has already stated that there is no sense in extending the amnesty of capital regime, that going into external borrowing is no longer so critical, and generally you can borrow "inside" - there is money, that a strategy to reduce the budget deficit will allow the Central Bank to lower the key rate, and in general ... “Shreds” “grow back” again ... And when you consider that the volumes of the Reserve Fund of the Russian Federation, based on statistics, were replenished even at a price of less than 50 dollars per barrel of oil (the growth of savings even in dollar equivalent amounted to more than a billion for a month, reaching the mark in $ 51 billion), then “ye-hu !!!” from the economic bloc gets even louder.

But the main thing here is not even the fact that Russia's economic “gurus” do not stun one another from enthusiastic exclamations, how much so that “sticking together scraps” is not carried out solely at the expense of the ordinary citizen, who, as you know, endures everything and whose level of well-being is often associated inverse proportionality with the level of contentment of the economic "gurus" themselves ...
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    1. hrapon
      hrapon 19 May 2016 06: 18
      +23
      Quote: apro
      Is there something I don’t understand whether or not to rejoice at this news? Is this a major achievement of the Russian economy or an insidious plan of the Soviet Union to destabilize Russia?


      No need to rack your brains over it - just work.
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      2. siberalt
        siberalt 19 May 2016 10: 52
        +21
        But what do we want if, under the Constitution, we actually have criminal capitalism? The state, in the person of senior officials, has written off the land and subsoil into its property and is disposing of them at its discretion. Profits go to the oligarchs and then to offshore for investment in other states. And they hang on our ears that investments are not coming to us laughing We need to build factories ourselves, and not ruin what remains.
        1. skeptic
          skeptic 19 May 2016 12: 25
          +4
          Quote: siberalt
          The state, in the person of senior officials, has written off the land and subsoil into its property and disposes of them at its discretion.


          As far as trends can be seen, our higher thieves have bought up different noble titles (depending on the size of the stolen goods) and now they have longed for the revival of tsarism and the consolidation of their thieving privileges for centuries.
          In principle, one can agree to a "tsar" if he is synonymous with the president (with electivity and lack of succession to the throne), only because "president" is an imported name. With "nobility" - do we need these ghouls for centuries?
          1. Altona
            Altona 19 May 2016 12: 52
            +4
            Quote: skeptic
            As far as trends can be seen, our higher thieves have bought up different noble titles (depending on the size of the stolen goods) and now they have longed for the revival of tsarism and the consolidation of their thieving privileges for centuries.

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            And what will it look like? Duke Abramovich? That will surely laugh. People who know history in the slightest degree will surely laugh, because we are all mostly of worker-peasant origin and even more of a peasant. And there is nothing so reprehensible in this. The estate system should be prescribed in the Constitution, all sorts of "tables of ranks" and other things should be prescribed. This is such reactionism, the whole world will laugh at us. Here even the modern system with "democracies" and "presidents" has outlived its usefulness, and we will go back 300-400 years. This is sublimation and departure from reality. On the contrary, we must return to genuine democracy. To the discussion of pressing problems by all the people. And our government is testing the patience of the people. Throws in all sorts of harmful ideas - lowering wages, raising the retirement age, coming up with new taxes when incomes decrease.
            1. Anglorussian
              Anglorussian 19 May 2016 20: 35
              +4
              Most of the new dukes and other nobles have a place below the Pale of Settlement.
              Duke Abramovich? That's for sure there will be laughter.
            2. atalef
              atalef 20 May 2016 01: 11
              +3
              Quote: Anglorussian
              Most of the new dukes and other nobles have a place below the Pale of Settlement.

              that’s how they live - in London.
              laughing
              1. Zoldat_A
                Zoldat_A 20 May 2016 05: 37
                +5
                Quote: atalef
                Quote: Anglorussian
                Most of the new dukes and other nobles have a place below the Pale of Settlement.

                that’s how they live - in London.
                laughing

                Even if they were fed there - absolutely beauty would be. And then they steal here - but they live there.

                It is necessary that if they stole here, then they would also be sitting here ... hi
                1. atalef
                  atalef 20 May 2016 09: 46
                  +2
                  Quote: Zoldat_A
                  It is necessary that if they stole here, then they would also be sitting here

                  Quote: Anglorussian
                  Most of the new dukes and other nobles have a place below the Pale of Settlement.

                  Here, in general, an interesting question - who is generally below the Pale of Settlement? laughing
                  At the 2 fence, it’s not at all clear who is behind the fence wink
                  1. Zoldat_A
                    Zoldat_A 20 May 2016 12: 49
                    +3
                    Quote: atalef
                    Here, in general, an interesting question - who is generally below the Pale of Settlement?
                    At the 2 fence, it’s not at all clear who is behind the fence

                    To hell with it, with a philosophical question, where is the inner side of the fence, where is the outer ...

                    The main thing is that our oligarchs and officials where they steal - they would sit there. On one side of the fence ... lol
                    1. atalef
                      atalef 20 May 2016 12: 53
                      0
                      Quote: Zoldat_A
                      The main thing is that our oligarchs and officials where they steal - they would sit there. One side of the fence

                      Well, it kind of depends on you?
                      1. Zoldat_A
                        Zoldat_A 20 May 2016 13: 18
                        +2
                        Quote: atalef
                        Quote: Zoldat_A
                        The main thing is that our oligarchs and officials where they steal - they would sit there. One side of the fence

                        Well, it’s kind of like depends on you ?

                        From me personally? If from me personally - then they would steal ON the earth, and the term - eternal - would serve under the earth. With a bullet in the back of the head.
          2. Al1977
            Al1977 19 May 2016 13: 32
            +6
            Quote: skeptic
            In principle, one can agree to a "tsar" if he is synonymous with the president (with electivity and lack of succession to the throne)

            Who owns the TV, he is the King. Our people that in the ears will pour Kremlin slime dishes. believe in that. If desired, the rating can be increased to 90% even if the salary in the country is at the level of Mongolia. Already the salary in Russia is lower than China, Poland, Slovenia ... and we are looking at the ratings of the President, the government and the ruling party. There are no choices. There is a manipulation of consciousness through the media.
          3. gladcu2
            gladcu2 19 May 2016 15: 29
            +1
            skeptic

            Of course, capitalism is not perfect, moreover, in the crisis stage, capitalism is destructive.

            Anyone who managed to earn a fortune under capitalism seeks to preserve it and pass it on to the inheritance. And here we get a huge problem. Again capitalism. Which seeks to take away and share. And no one can protect themselves. Only the creation of a caste system that will lead to the degradation of society, or the strengthening of the power of the state that leads to the formation of socialism.
            1. atalef
              atalef 19 May 2016 17: 23
              -2
              Quote: gladcu2
              skeptic

              Of course, capitalism is not perfect, moreover, in the crisis stage, capitalism is destructive.

              Anyone who has managed to earn a fortune under capitalism seeks to preserve it and pass it on to the inheritance. .

              Check out where Buffett bequeathed their fortunes, gates, etc. etc. - Dozens of American billionaires bequeathed their billions to charity leaving children (not beggars of course) but certainly not milliards
              1. max702
                max702 19 May 2016 19: 56
                +5
                Quote: atalef
                Check out where Buffett, Gates, etc. etc. bequeathed their fortunes.

                And you read THEIR statements about how many people should live on planet Earth .. Well, THEY (for now) shyly kept silent about the composition of this "optimal" population .. but something tells me the inhabitants of Russia are not included in this composition .. Like many others ..
                pc: Most of the inhabitants of Israel, this also applies ..
                1. atalef
                  atalef 20 May 2016 01: 06
                  +1
                  Quote: max702
                  And you read their statements about how much should live on the planet Earth

                  So give a quote, preferably the original
              2. aksakal
                aksakal 19 May 2016 23: 47
                +3
                Quote: atalef
                Check out where Buffett bequeathed their fortunes, gates, etc. etc. - Dozens of American billionaires bequeathed their billions to charity leaving children (not beggars of course) but certainly not milliards
                - Oh, what a heart-breaking story! You touched me, and I was terribly touched by the noblest deed of these gentlemen! crying crying By the way, they forgot to mention Potanin, he did the same. True, he made a reservation that he was so convincingly asked by people whom you know well - they are, after all, your tribe and, on the suspicion of French economists, researchers, control up to 70% of the world economy! Try these disobey laughing laughing Well, these are all rumors and conspiracy theory, so we sincerely believe you and admire, admire the unlimited nobleness of the gentlemen you listed! wassat What do we need to do? Your propagandist ... oh, excuse me, the story you told me has affected us so much that we are ready to do anything laughing
                1. atalef
                  atalef 20 May 2016 01: 09
                  +1
                  Quote: aksakal
                  oh, what a heartbreaking story! You touched me, and I was terribly touched by the noblest deed of these gentlemen! By the way, they forgot to mention Potanin, he did the same

                  Respect Potanin
                  Quote: aksakal
                  True, he made a reservation that he was so convincingly asked by people whom you know well - they are, after all, your tribe and, on the suspicion of French economists, researchers, control up to 70% of the world economy!

                  Wonderful people, if grandmas are not given to the heirs of the lump-pickers, but for charity
                  Quote: aksakal
                  What do we need to do? Your promoted.

                  This is your propaganda and useless rattling of false jaws.
                  People specifically donated billions to charity.
                  What did you do? laughing
                  1. Uncle Murzik
                    Uncle Murzik 20 May 2016 06: 32
                    0
                    and who are these charitable foundations helping, who really helped? The money was transferred to other rich people, and you rattled your tongue, you didn’t make a single normal argument! belay
              3. gladcu2
                gladcu2 20 May 2016 04: 10
                +3
                Atalef

                Naive. Is your minus? Yes, you still have the moral.

                All charity under capitalism is an advertisement of capitalism and lower tax payments.

                Well, you probably held Bill Gates by the hand when he sacrificed hard-earned money standing at the lathe for 12 hours and 6 days a week. Tearing off the last from their children.
              4. Professor
                Professor 20 May 2016 14: 08
                0
                Quote: atalef
                Check out where Buffett bequeathed their fortunes, gates, etc. etc. - Dozens of American billionaires bequeathed their billions to charity leaving children (not beggars of course) but certainly not milliards

                Billionaire Mikhail Fridman will not leave his fortune to children
                Friedman announced his decision at a regular meeting of the Forbes Club, which took place the night before, on May 19, writes Forbes. “I'm not a fan of making public promises of this kind, but I can say that I have made a decision - my fortune will go to charity. The worst thing I could do for my children is to give them a large sum of money", - said the businessman.
        2. Altona
          Altona 19 May 2016 12: 45
          +8
          Quote: siberalt
          But what do we want if, under the Constitution, we actually have criminal capitalism? The state, in the person of senior officials, has written off the land and subsoil into its property and is disposing of them at its discretion. Profits go to the oligarchs and then to offshore for investment in other states. And they hang on our ears that investments are not coming to us

          -----------------------
          I completely agree with you. And what do you care how the price of oil rises or falls? You both received relatively 20 thousand rubles from 2007, and continue to receive them, despite the fact that you are regularly raised prices and tariffs, and your salary is practically not indexed.
          1. Stirbjorn
            Stirbjorn 19 May 2016 14: 50
            +6
            Quote: Altona
            And what do you care how the price of oil rises or falls? You both received relatively 20 thousand rubles from the 2007 year, and continue to receive them, despite the fact that you are regularly raised prices and tariffs, and your salary is practically not indexed.

            Now the patriots will tell you that you need to work, not whine, and that you need to look for where they pay a lot of money, and not sit still, etc., etc. hi
            1. dali
              dali 21 May 2016 23: 36
              0
              What, complainer, you understand what I mean ... you cringe again ... but for some reason this was offered to me by the liberals - ... it turns out you are out of them ... as the saying goes, "stop the thief" shouts the thief ...
          2. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A 20 May 2016 05: 57
            +4
            Quote: Altona
            And what do you care how the price of oil rises or falls? You both received relatively 20 thousand rubles from the 2007 year, and continue to receive them, despite the fact that you are regularly raised prices and tariffs, and your salary is practically not indexed.

            If we expand the estimate of inflation for a year, it will be significantly lower than the indicators of the year of the past, when 12,9% inflation was officially announced, while real basket inflation exceeded 16%. In annual terms, inflation in the 2016 year (if the trends do not change) may be at the level of 6-7% per annum, which is quite good by recent Russian standards.
            Let our optimists show me a product that has grown in price by 16% in a year !!!!! A little over a year ago I bought a manual circular for 5800. Today it costs 16 890. Milk a year ago cost 50 rubles and it was 980 grams in a bottle, and now 77 and its already 930 grams ...

            In which pink kingdom-state do our official statisticians live? I wouldn’t notice 16% per year ... So where are they, these 16%, and even more so - 6-7% ??????
            1. Cat man null
              Cat man null 20 May 2016 06: 05
              +1
              Quote: Zoldat_A
              Let our optimists show me a product that has grown in price by 16% over the year

              I am not "your" and not an "optimist". I just know how to count a little ..

              - rent - also tripled?
              - light?
              - gas?
              - public transport?

              Continue yourself if you want .. request

              PS: I know that these are not "cart items". Good, I buy quite a decent potato, for example, at 10 rubles per kilo .. how is it for you?
              1. Zoldat_A
                Zoldat_A 20 May 2016 12: 45
                +3
                Quote: Cat Man Null
                I buy quite decent potatoes, for example, at 10 rubles per kilo .. how is it for you?

                It's strange - I'm at the market for 35, in "Magnet" disgusting potatoes for 23 ... what My wife manages the rent, but I know that, although not three times, but also not at 16% .....

                By the way, about gas. I know about the level of gasification, and about all sorts of other points. But in gas producing Turkmenistan, gas is generally free for the population. But our oil price in Europe did not seem to move - gasoline is still getting more expensive and gas is also not cheap ...

                Nonsense all these our sofa economic calculations - our entire economy and pricing is driven by simple GREED. That's why we do not fit into any theory ....
                1. ImPerts
                  ImPerts 20 May 2016 16: 14
                  +1
                  Quote: Zoldat_A
                  But in gas producing Turkmenistan, gas is generally free for the population.

                  But this certainly does not please them.
                  They have so many different hemorrhages that free gas does not pour balm on the soul.
        3. gladcu2
          gladcu2 19 May 2016 15: 02
          +1
          siberalt

          I do not know what your constitution is there. Capitalism, by its principle, should be thieves. But in order to at least somehow legitimize it, a powerful, overwhelming powerful state is necessary. And therefore, the more the state nationalizes the resource, the better it will be for all citizens of the country, including the oligarchs.

          By the way, congratulations. In Russia, the president took another step to strengthen the state. He created the National Guard under the direct control of the president. The very right decision to crush the oligarchs.

          And a very huge minus.

          Mortgage interest reduction. You will bite your elbows, but it will be too late. Will explain.

          A decrease in mortgage interest leads to a sharp increase in the cost of housing. Therefore, the consumer (people) and the state will only lose in favor of private capital. I know from experience that the next step, after a decrease in interest and after a rise in price of housing, will be an extension of the loan repayment period. And so to the minimum interest rate in the wound of 2% but with a maturity of 40 years and the cost of housing interest of 500% since the start of the epic of lowering the interest on mortgage loans. In 10 years no one can buy a cardboard box.
          1. Altona
            Altona 19 May 2016 16: 03
            +8
            Quote: gladcu2
            Mortgage interest reduction. You will bite your elbows, but it will be too late. Will explain.

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            Mortgages are generally unsuitable financial instruments for the consumer. It was created by banks to generate super-profits in housing construction. When a consumer can be milked practically throughout his entire working life. Squeeze out all the juices for a modest apartment. For comparison, I bought my first apartment on the secondary market for little money, then changed it for a big one for a small surcharge. The repair of 400 thousand rubles cost me more than buying an apartment. This is a modest 57-meter Khrushchev building, which is now trading for 1 million in my city. People generally build huge houses, even in my poor region. Zhirinovsky correctly told Putin at the State Council that housing construction is a more convenient, faster and cheaper form of construction. I also remember that under Soviet rule, a housing cooperative was built for a maximum of three years, and if there was no money, then it was simply harnessed to the construction site. My fellow student in Moscow did just that. A mortgage is from the fairy tales of Santa Barbara. This is a banking product, this is bondage.
            PS The first one-room apartment (34m) was bought in 1998 for 30 million rubles (old), in 2001 it was exchanged for a 3-room (57m) for 80 thousand rubles (new). I earned the first apartment in 4 years. Repair made the year before last.
            1. Al1977
              Al1977 19 May 2016 17: 46
              +3
              Quote: Altona
              A mortgage is generally an unsuitable financial instrument for the consumer.

              Offer me another option to buy an apartment. I live in Moscow. Dvushka costs from 8 millions. In a month I can save 30-40 tr.
              1. Altona
                Altona 19 May 2016 20: 27
                +3
                Quote: Al1977
                Offer me another option to buy an apartment. I live in Moscow. Dvushka costs from 8 millions. In a month I can save 30-40 tr.

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                I cannot offer you any option if it is not offered by state and banking institutions. If there is no housing cooperative, no affordable social loan, no highly profitable financial instruments. Now everyone is at a dead end. I said earlier that you have to engage in speculation of all kinds. Like last year, for example. I bought $ 10000 in May for 50 rubles and sold it for 80 rubles in January. I got a ruble "delta" because I have no other sources for life. In your case, of course, only a mortgage. In my opinion, not everyone approves of it yet. Everything is so expensive in the capital. In the provinces, people can even buy land with an old house, demolish it and build a new one. And I don't even know where you are. You won't go to Shchelkovo or something like that, although people live there too. Hard to say.
                PS In general, it’s hard to say how to survive in a big city. My relatives in Perm are stuck with an apartment. They promised in 2011, the house has not been delivered yet, and the money has been swollen. In Kudymkar, an apartment of 70 meters and a house of 150 meters were sold. This is how we face investors.
                1. 31rus2
                  31rus2 20 May 2016 08: 09
                  0
                  Dear, here’s an option for you, I don’t know if there is such a thing in Moscow for a long time in Belgorod, the ZhBK plant builds both apartment buildings and cottages, go to the factory and buy square meters for money, and at the time of purchase the price is slightly lower urban, if you need money, take them, you need to save more on housing, at 50% or less you already move in and pay further
              2. PHANTOM-AS
                PHANTOM-AS 20 May 2016 00: 41
                +2
                Quote: Al1977
                Offer me another option to buy an apartment. I live in Moscow. Dvushka costs from 8 millions. In a month I can save 30-40 tr.

                There are no options. Although, as Grit, the president has them, to go to another region, only in those regions 30-40 tyres cannot be postponed.
                The farther from maskvastan, the lower the income.
                The state (in the person of oligarchy-officialdom) has withdrawn from its constitutional duties and has taken up the preservation and growth of capital and wealth stolen from the people.
                In other words, the sheriff is not ... interested in the problems of the Indians!
              3. Hon
                Hon 20 May 2016 00: 45
                0
                Mortgage, only in the nearest Moscow region at the construction stage, just for kopeck piece payments of 30-40 will come out. There is one plus, that in 10 years, 30-40 thousand will be a much less significant amount than now, and payments will remain the same
              4. Zoldat_A
                Zoldat_A 20 May 2016 06: 18
                +4
                Quote: Al1977
                Offer me another option to buy an apartment. I live in Moscow. Dvushka costs from 8 millions. In a month I can save 30-40 tr.

                I can’t offer an option. But compare ...

                Is 1977, apparently, the year of birth? So the other day I wrote that
                In 1972, I, the captain of the Soviet Army and my pregnant wife, took a cooperative kopeck piece. I paid something around 89 rubles before the 16 year - it’s not at all the money that now 20-25 ty mortgages ....
                For three it was cool, and even in the new nine-story building. And the state in general was given as a GIFT, they paid about three thousand rubles a month for a three-ruble note ... And the major by the middle of the 7's, by the way, had no extra charges of 80 ... But with extra charges and business trips, it turned out more than the professor .. .

                This is what is called SOCIAL hiring, when something is done in the interests of SOCIETY, i.e. society. And in 91 we were told that the Soviet is bad. Business, profit at all costs, young creative energetic youth and other verbal diarrhea ... But in the end they got that today, by the 40 years, people rummage around in other people's corners or sit in a debt hole until the end of their days to leave the mortgage paid by monstrous hardships to children - parasites, ignoramuses and loafers ...
                1. Al1977
                  Al1977 20 May 2016 11: 42
                  +2
                  Quote: Zoldat_A
                  This is what is called SOCIAL hiring, when something is done in the interests of SOCIETY, i.e. society. And in the 91st we were told that the Soviet is bad.

                  Yes, the state gave my parent an apartment. I defended 15 !!!! years under the program "affordable housing for a young family" and received nothing. On offer in the suburbs and 100 tr less than the market price. They say leave Moscow, get half an hour every day in traffic jams to the robots, and for the market price. In such support of the state.
                  There were a lot of good things in the USSR, but I won't say that I am drawn straight there. I remember going into the "Birch" as a museum, I remember empty cans of cocoa cola on the cupboard, everything imported was the wildest deficit, the elite could afford it. Now I have an iPhone and a foreign car ... but I don't have my own apartment ...
                  1. Zoldat_A
                    Zoldat_A 20 May 2016 12: 26
                    +4
                    Quote: Al1977
                    There were a lot of good things in the USSR, but I won't say that I am drawn straight there. I remember going into the "Birch" as a museum, I remember empty cans of cocoa cola on the cupboard, everything imported was the wildest deficit, the elite could afford it. Now I have an iPhone and a foreign car ... but I don't have my own apartment ...

                    Duc for the military, too, it was not straightforward to get an apartment - for 15 years, of course, I did not stand in line, but tired of wandering around the officers' hostels - I took a cooperative. Began to wander on business trips. And in order not to go to "Birch", as to a museum, it was also necessary to climb over the sands and over the snowdrifts, and not wipe your pants in the military registration and enlistment office ...

                    Of course, my children did not have an iPhone and a foreign car, but we had a Zhiguli-penny, and then a six and a Sharp 777 ... And I watched the 80 Olympics on the Electron-718 color TV. Well, different jeans-body shirts are also out of necessity ... It was a sin to complain about the country ...

                    Despite the obvious difference between the "six" and what I drive now, I felt that I had everything for a normal life. And even a little more. AND now "one has empty cabbage soup, while the other has small pearls" ... No matter how much you give - everything is small. Skilled consumers, damn it ... So now you have to choose what is more important - with an iPhone and a foreign car or in an apartment ....
                  2. gladcu2
                    gladcu2 20 May 2016 16: 49
                    +2
                    Al1977

                    Amazing. The man was led to the "glass beads" in "Birch", like a Papuan before a colonizer.

                    You need to make the right choice. Between confidence in tomorrow and immediate needs.
                    1. aksakal
                      aksakal 21 May 2016 20: 07
                      0
                      Quote: gladcu2
                      Amazing. The man was led to the "glass beads" in "Birch", like a Papuan before a colonizer

                      - they would not hasten to condemn, the glass beads are so attractive in appearance, and free housing, an almost free communal apartment, free high-level medicine and free high-quality education were considered AS MOST ACCEPTABLE! The fact that we will give you affordable beads (jeans, chewing gum), but in exchange we take away free housing, an almost free communal apartment, free high-level medicine and free high-quality education - this was definitely NOT SPEECH! It was these glass beads promised in addition to all this available! am US (hereinafter a quote from the song of Boris Grebenshchikov, a famous swindler) ON ... DOES!
                      And what are they doing with the ... speakers? That's right, and it will happen soon. Soap your neck, dear, ropes are being prepared.
              5. gladcu2
                gladcu2 20 May 2016 16: 39
                0
                Al1977

                If there is no money, there can be no options for buying an apartment.

                All these loans without the ability to pay them back are "carrots for a donkey." What would you strive to work for a promise.
            2. Zoldat_A
              Zoldat_A 20 May 2016 06: 02
              +3
              Quote: Altona
              Mortgages are generally unsuitable financial instruments for the consumer. It was created by banks to generate super-profits in housing construction. When a consumer can be milked practically throughout his entire working life. Squeeze out all the juices for a modest apartment.

              Briefly and clearly. SES, 1986 year.
              1. Cat man null
                Cat man null 20 May 2016 06: 17
                +2
                Quote: Zoldat_A
                Briefly and clearly. SES, 1986 year.

                If you follow this definition, then what we call a "mortgage" is not a mortgage at all.

                Mortgage, this is when:

                - I have an apartment (mine)
                - on the security of this apartment I take a loan from the bank
                - if I didn’t manage to pay, the apartment goes to the bank, and I live .. where it works.

                "Mortgage" in local:

                - the apartment belongs to the bank
                - I live in this apartment, I pay a jar (with interest, of course .. how else? Well this is baaaank !!)
                - if I didn’t manage to pay, I live .. where will it turn out
                - managed to pay - the apartment becomes mine ..

                This is generally already .. some leasing .. pah, well, a word, forgive me, Lord request
                1. Zoldat_A
                  Zoldat_A 20 May 2016 12: 35
                  +2
                  Quote: Cat Man Null
                  If you follow this definition, then what we call a "mortgage" is not a mortgage at all.

                  So who said that our "mortgage" is a mortgage? Something like our "chanson" is not a chanson at all. S. Aznavour and I. Montand would have spat on our "chanson" ...

                  You painted everything absolutely correctly, but you didn’t finish everything with the conclusion - everything was planned as usual,
                  Mortgage, this is when:
                  but it turned out, in the end, as usual
                  "Mortgage" in local:
                  1. Cat man null
                    Cat man null 20 May 2016 13: 05
                    +2
                    Quote: Zoldat_A
                    You painted everything absolutely correctly, just did not finish everything with a conclusion - everything was thought with us, as usual, "Mortgage, this is when ..." but it turned out, in the end, as usual, "Local mortgage"

                    Wait a second ...

                    - we have just found out that our "mortgage" has nothing to do with the classic mortgage (a loan secured by property)
                    - that is, the definition you gave above - is not applicable to "our" mortgage
                    - in practice, when I buy an apartment on a mortgage, I rent it with subsequent redemption (which is called "leasing") from the bank
                    - at the same time, during the repurchase (and this is the years), I greatly overpay the bank (compared to the cost of the apartment itself), but
                    - with all this - all this time I live in it, although this apartment does not belong to me

                    I don’t know the prices now, but something tells me that rent when renting the same apartment (for the same years) and overpaying to the bank on a mortgage are quite comparable amounts ..

                    If so, then the scheme does not look "predatory" at all, does it? wink
                    1. Zoldat_A
                      Zoldat_A 20 May 2016 13: 14
                      +3
                      Quote: Cat Man Null
                      If so, then the scheme does not look "predatory" at all, does it?

                      So that's the trickthat naive citizens think they are bought an apartment in a mortgage, and the bank is paid a loan. And in fact - rented an apartment from a bank.

                      Pure PR move - think, more people will run to the first or second definition of the deal? Vouchers rushed to "invest" - they believed Chubais that this is a piece of a common pie, divided among all "in fairness" ... laughing
                      1. Cat man null
                        Cat man null 20 May 2016 13: 53
                        0
                        Quote: Zoldat_A
                        Quote: Cat Man Null
                        If so, then the scheme does not look "predatory" at all, does it?

                        So that's the trickthat naive citizens think they are bought an apartment in a mortgage, and the bank is paid a loan. And in fact - rented an apartment from a bank.

                        Pure PR move - Think about the first or second definition of the deal more people run into?

                        - what's the difference - what is it called? If the overpayment is relatively humane, then the scheme itself has a right to life, right?
                        - PR - yes fig b with him, with PR .. you need to live in any way ..

                        Quote: Zoldat_A
                        Vouchers rushed to "invest" - they believed Chubais that this is a piece of a common pie, divided among all "in fairness"

                        - and here already - how lucky someone is ... here is an example from life:
                        - I ordered all my vouchers (3 pieces — mine, wife and child) at one time to my wife (well, there was no time to deal with this nonsense)
                        - the wife threw them .. in Gazprom, you will be surprised
                        - by the result - about 2500 shares (the current price is about 5000 killed green raccoons. This is despite the fact that Gazprom fell sharply in the last year or two)
                        - were issued for the wife, she remained (we got divorced because)

                        A good increase in salary (s). Not mine, okay .. request

                        In general, returning to to our sheep mortgage - no matter how everything is so uniquely bad, agree yes
                    2. fif21
                      fif21 20 May 2016 15: 38
                      0
                      Quote: Cat Man Null
                      If so, then the scheme does not look "predatory" at all, does it?
                      laughing And if so, I bought an apartment, taking a mortgage, and rented it out. The tenants help you in paying the mortgage (without even knowing it) 5-7 years and your apartment! It's not 15 years in the line to stand.
                      1. Cat man null
                        Cat man null 20 May 2016 16: 31
                        0
                        Quote: fif21
                        Quote: Cat Man Null
                        If so, then the scheme does not look "predatory" at all, does it?
                        laughing And if so, I bought an apartment, taking a mortgage, and rented it out. The tenants help you in paying the mortgage (without even knowing it) 5-7 years and your apartment! It's not 15 years in line

                        - really, funny .. probably what
                      2. gladcu2
                        gladcu2 20 May 2016 17: 17
                        +1
                        fif21

                        5-7 years is when the interest on the loan is 10% -12% with a down payment of 50%. Yes, then your income is really not bad. Not bad of course.

                        But in reality do young people have an opportunity?

                        I remember in my youth there was an idea, after uni year 2 in the north, to work and cash to buy a cooperative kopeck piece for 7000 r. It was real.

                        Or at the construction site as a mason for two years. They were crushed by state apartments.

                        And with their housing, it was possible to open a couple of enterprises for the processing of industrial waste or clothing manufacture. For my 24 years, I managed to start the sewing workshop until I gave in in search of a better life.
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        4. PHANTOM-AS
          PHANTOM-AS 20 May 2016 00: 08
          0
          Quote: siberalt
          Profits go to the oligarchs and then to offshore for investment in other states. And they hang on our ears that investments are not coming to us. We ourselves need to build factories, and not to ruin what remains.

          Alas, there is not much left for us.
      3. CHILD
        CHILD 20 May 2016 15: 23
        0
        they can think what they want .... it will be a shame if they let everyone down on the brakes ... but it's already obvious ... it won't work before ... well, we are waiting for the elections ... and not for the "party", for specific individuals ...
    2. Finches
      Finches 19 May 2016 06: 18
      +17
      Low oil prices are not beneficial to anyone in the world! Focus A la-80s did not pass with our overseas comrades, the Russian economy did not collapse, but on the contrary, that's why everyone wins back!
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 19 May 2016 06: 25
        +43
        Quote: Finches
        Russia's economy has not collapsed,and vice versa
        Has the economy really picked up? I didn't notice something. Although it did not collapse - and that's good. But I am not a "leading economist" - perhaps I misunderstand something
        Quote: Finches
        Low oil prices are not beneficial to anyone in the world!
        Low hydrocarbon prices are beneficial to the final consumer in any way. But, judging by gas prices at Russian gas stations and utility bills, this axiom does not apply to us.
        1. kuz363
          kuz363 19 May 2016 06: 48
          +16
          Correctly. If now they explain the increase in fuel prices by the fact that imported spare parts have become more expensive in rubles due to devaluation, now they will say that oil has risen in price in price, respectively, and fuel.
        2. sa-ag
          sa-ag 19 May 2016 06: 58
          +12
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Low hydrocarbon prices are beneficial to the final consumer in any way.

          It depends on which country :-)
          1. Hon
            Hon 19 May 2016 09: 27
            +6
            Quote: sa-ag
            It depends on which country :-)

            Well, for example, the United States as the main consumer of fuel, oil prices are beneficial both high and low. If the price is high, their oil companies and stock traders, as well as the financial system, win, because oil is traded for dollars. If prices are low, their fuel-consuming companies win, of which there are a lot in the USA, which ensures the growth of production and the economy, that is, the USA in any situation is in the black. By the way, for 2015 they had a good economic growth, and we have stagnation
            1. gladcu2
              gladcu2 19 May 2016 15: 20
              0
              Hon

              The price of oil is a component of the value of the final consumer product. The price of oil cannot be lower than the cost of oil. The cost of oil is formed as follows. Cost plus 20% of profit. With a successful layout, these 20% can grow, then the cost of the final product of the consumer will get an imbalance and someone will lose.

              So where do grandmas come from? Who will we put on our knees?
              1. fif21
                fif21 20 May 2016 15: 52
                0
                Quote: gladcu2
                The price of oil cannot be lower than the cost of oil.
                The price of brand oil is formed by speculators on the London Stock Exchange yes Americans benefit from the price of 55-60 bucks (profitability of shale oil) and they "accelerate" the price to these indicators. They can "disperse" and up to 100 bucks, but the toad strangles (They will start to live well in Russia) And our "economists" - brokers do not know how to inflate the oil bubble or are afraid.
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        3. andj61
          andj61 19 May 2016 08: 08
          +19
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          But I am not a "leading economist" - perhaps I misunderstand something

          Of course, it's just like an old joke about physicists. The experimental physicist comes to the theoretician and says that, they say, during the experiment this kind of dependence turned out to be - stretches the graph - but it’s impossible to explain, they say. The theoretical physicist takes the graph - and in two counts explains the results with accessible words. Then the experimenter notices that the theorist keeps the graph upside down - and informs him of this.
          Well, in this case - even easier - and again gives an explanation. Our economic gurus do exactly the same - forecasts are made not at all through knowledge and not on their basis, but purely on a hunch, but in hindsight they can explain absolutely everything!
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Low hydrocarbon prices are beneficial to the final consumer in any way. But, judging by gas prices at Russian gas stations and utility bills, this axiom does not apply to us.

          What is there to understand? In Russia, gas prices rise only in three cases - when world oil prices rise, fall and do not change. With housing and communal services for sure the same crap. bully hi
          1. Corsair
            Corsair 19 May 2016 10: 48
            +4
            Quote: andj61
            What is there to understand? In Russia, gas prices rise only in three cases - when world oil prices rise, fall and do not change. With housing and communal services for sure the same crap

            laughing This is called stability - it is growing steadily.
            1. andj61
              andj61 19 May 2016 11: 01
              +2
              Quote: Corsair

              laughing This is called stability - it is growing steadily.

              Well, yes - stability is a sign of skill ... in taking money from the population! winked hi
        4. Finches
          Finches 19 May 2016 08: 41
          +10
          Our fuel pricing is absolutely independent of the price of oil! Even if oil were handed out free of charge, in Russia fuel would have risen in price anyway ..."The mind cannot understand Russia ...!" laughing
          1. sherp2015
            sherp2015 19 May 2016 09: 53
            +4
            Quote: Finches
            "The mind cannot understand Russia ...!

            Not Russia, but parasites that infiltrated the government. And do not understand them, but refer to the mines
            1. Stirbjorn
              Stirbjorn 19 May 2016 14: 53
              +1
              Quote: sherp2015
              Not Russia, but parasites that infiltrated the government. And do not understand them, but refer to the mines

              Under Stalin, food prices reduced
          2. ultra
            ultra 19 May 2016 11: 27
            +1
            Quote: Finches
            Our fuel pricing is absolutely independent of oil prices.

            Naturally independent! About 10% in the price of gas is the price of oil, the rest is taxes, oilmen’s profit.
        5. Sasha_Sar
          Sasha_Sar 19 May 2016 09: 32
          +5
          The increase in the cost of our gasoline at gas stations is inversely proportional to the work of our government. At the price of gas, they cover up their lack of competence. Wow, for some reason, pays pensions and salaries to state employees.
          1. Atash
            Atash 19 May 2016 12: 38
            0
            In Kazakhstan, the price of gasoline depends on the dollar. higher dollar, higher gasoline, the price of oil is not affected.
          2. Stirbjorn
            Stirbjorn 19 May 2016 14: 58
            +2
            Quote: Sasha_Sar
            The increase in the cost of our gasoline at gas stations is inversely proportional to the work of our government. At the price of gas, they cover up their lack of competence. Wow, for some reason, pays pensions and salaries to state employees.

            So it is easier for them to arrange the next privatization, not yet plundered, or play with pensions and retirement age in their favor, or impose new taxes (Plato is the same), again speculate on exchange rates. But they don't know how to work. They will not steal less either. Kudrin was returned to the economic council under the president the other day. At this rate, pensions will soon be abolished altogether, as a Soviet relic - having adopted Chubais's old slogan about "did not fit into the market."
          3. Stirbjorn
            Stirbjorn 19 May 2016 15: 24
            +3
            Quote: Sasha_Sar
            Wow, for some reason, pays pensions and salaries to state employees.

            the video came across, about the salaries of state employees - there, too, everything is not going smoothly, they simply rob them
        6. kit_bellew
          kit_bellew 19 May 2016 10: 00
          0
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Low hydrocarbon prices are beneficial to the final consumer in any way.

          This is true, but who is interested in the opinion of the end consumer today? After all, a "developed economy" is when everyone except the producer and the consumer feels good. When the manufacturer is forced to sell as cheaply as possible (preferably to give away for nothing), and the final consumer to buy as expensive as possible. From time immemorial, everything revolved at the expense of the end consumer, but now he pulls too many freeloaders on his hump.
        7. skeptic
          skeptic 19 May 2016 12: 31
          +1
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Has the economy really risen? I didn’t notice something.


          Well, what are you so? And the promised increase in the minimum wage? (This will spur taxes, fines, price increases)
          So for some people it’s good to replenish the corresponding bins (pockets).
      2. Hon
        Hon 19 May 2016 09: 21
        +3
        Quote: Finches
        Low oil prices are not beneficial to anyone in the world! Focus A la-80s did not pass with our overseas comrades, the Russian economy did not collapse, but on the contrary, that's why everyone wins back!

        What a joy! The economy did not fall apart in two years. And if 10 years had kept a low price, by the way, and now it is not very high, and it has not dropped so much. the price of 40 is already difficult to sustain for the economy, and if you really lower it to 20, and so hold it for a couple of years, what will happen? Moreover, even at a relatively low price of $ 45, the Russian ruble collapsed twice, only the Ukrainian hryvnia collapsed more
      3. Rastas
        Rastas 19 May 2016 11: 24
        +2
        Low oil prices are beneficial to everyone, because you can develop your own production at low fuel prices. It is only in Russia that gasoline grows independently of oil. But the oligarchic economy of Russia did not collapse, but simply slides down. It is strange that you do not notice this.
      4. Alibekulu
        Alibekulu 19 May 2016 14: 39
        0
        Quote: Finches
        The focus A la 80 of our overseas comrades failed, the Russian economy did not collapse, but, on the contrary, that is why they play everything back!
        However, 2 is not a term. In 80, in about 10 years everything went by, so-and-th .. repeat
      5. gladcu2
        gladcu2 19 May 2016 15: 13
        0
        Zyablintsev

        But what essentially do these oil prices decide?

        Well, let's talk about it.

        Oil prices are dictated by demand. Demand low price may not have, attention is key! Price may not include surplus value of less than 20%. But! The price of oil cannot have a cost lower than the cost of what, including the cost of places where the cost of production is high. It is this factor that is the subject of the treaty of OPEC and others between state agreements.

        So what's the problem with the price? Everything is fine on average and in general.

        ISIS selling oil below cost crushed. Countries oil traders agreed on a minimum price. Everything is okay.
      6. Al1977
        Al1977 19 May 2016 17: 50
        0
        Quote: Finches
        Low oil prices are not beneficial to anyone in the world!

        Paraphrase right away "all motorists, travelers, etc., need high prices for gasoline. We really need high prices for ALL goods."
        High oil prices are needed ONLY by oil suppliers. And that’s all.
      7. Al1977
        Al1977 20 May 2016 12: 18
        0
        Quote: Finches
        Russia has not collapsed, but on the contrary, therefore, they win back everything!

        Figures in the studio.
  2. Aleksander
    Aleksander 19 May 2016 06: 11
    +10
    And again they will buy American papers. Which is supposedly "valuable ...."
    1. okunevich_rv
      okunevich_rv 19 May 2016 06: 55
      +9
      Better to buy paper from me, I have four rolls left from last year.
      1. Kos_kalinki9
        Kos_kalinki9 19 May 2016 07: 14
        0
        Better to buy paper from me, I have four rolls left from last year.


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      2. Kenneth
        Kenneth 19 May 2016 07: 24
        +1
        Eat little?
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  3. Ayujak
    Ayujak 19 May 2016 06: 15
    +15
    In many ways, "economic gurus" are like astrologers. laughing I wouldn't be surprised if they actually use their data. In the end, it turns out that whoever guesses is the "guru". smile
  4. Armored optimist
    Armored optimist 19 May 2016 06: 18
    +3
    The sad humor is that in order to get off the needle you need money and a low ruble exchange rate. If you have both, you can simultaneously invest in enterprises and technologies and profitably sell both domestically and overseas. But oil does everything in antiphase - expensive oil - a low dollar exchange rate, there is money, but it is not profitable to invest, because imported goods are becoming cheaper in the domestic market, but it is difficult to sell an expensive ruble over the hill, and vice versa - cheap oil - there is no money, but The market asks for our goods.
    1. Ayujak
      Ayujak 19 May 2016 07: 48
      +3
      Yes, you have to get off the oil. This is true for everyone. Oil is an exhaustible resource. What are we going to do in 100 years? Future generations will say "thank you" to us. As long as energy TNCs lobby for their interests, we will never see a breakthrough in technology.
      1. Atash
        Atash 19 May 2016 12: 45
        -1
        Apparently, oil is our destiny. We do not have such good agricultural conditions to allow ourselves to ignore oil. In the end, the Saudis live on pure oil and nothing.
        1. Stirbjorn
          Stirbjorn 19 May 2016 15: 02
          +1
          Technologies need to be developed, the same nuclear industry. The Americans have already cranked up their shale revolution, no matter how much Miller slandered at them, so there will be no more than $ 50 a barrel. The Saudi population, even now, is 7 times less than us, and 10-20 years ago the difference was even greater
          1. Al1977
            Al1977 20 May 2016 12: 21
            0
            Quote: Stirbjorn
            Technologies need to be developed, the same nuclear industry.

            Nuclear plants are buying less. It is considered an unsafe source of energy.
            If you notice, then neither in Moscow, nor in St. Petersburg or in the district they are being built. And many states are the size of MOs. Switch to renewable sources. Science is developing in this direction, and we need to direct forces here.
  5. dmi.pris
    dmi.pris 19 May 2016 06: 18
    +10
    The cost of oil does not affect the willingness of officials to work - the desire appears only when bribes and kickbacks occur. And so what kind of workers they are.
    1. Uncle Murzik
      Uncle Murzik 19 May 2016 06: 30
      +5
      with a thought, all officials are the same all over the world, only in China they steal the stolen people against the wall!
      1. sdc_alex
        sdc_alex 19 May 2016 09: 17
        +1
        Quote: Uncle Murzik
        with a thought, all officials are the same all over the world, only in China they steal the stolen people against the wall!

        but even in China, it doesn't get any easier.
        1. troyan
          troyan 19 May 2016 09: 34
          +6
          Quote: sdc_alex
          but even in China, it doesn't get any easier.

          And now what? We’ll just steal a finger and threaten ay-yi-yi, how does Pu do it?
          1. sdc_alex
            sdc_alex 19 May 2016 10: 31
            +2
            Quote: troyan
            And now what? We’ll just steal a finger and threaten ay-yi-yi, how does Pu do it?


            I do not know who Pu is and what he does there, but only by shooting can not solve the problem. Otherwise, through executions they will begin to eliminate what is not acceptable, as it was already in our history, and continue to steal in even larger volumes. In general, the complete eradication of corruption is a utopia. But to reduce its scale more complex measures are needed, such as the education of civil society, etc. IMHO

            And of course, they’ll put the thieves, according to a court decision, with full compensation for the damage.
            1. Come on
              Come on 19 May 2016 13: 32
              +3
              Yes, yes, the people are not the same, if properly educated, corruption will be less! :)) The fish rots from the head, although it was originally a rotten head. It all depends not only on the whining of the people about theft and corruption, but more on the actions, public pressure on the authorities, the judiciary, etc.
              1. Rastas
                Rastas 19 May 2016 15: 32
                +3
                Well, to our people, that is, you and I can also make claims against us. By the way, there isn’t much violent discontent, because rumbling only, people are busy making money, there’s no time for politics and higher goals, and they don’t know what to strive for. We must strive to make life better, and our government teaches people only patience and obedience, passing off these servile principles as the highest virtues.
              2. sdc_alex
                sdc_alex 19 May 2016 18: 58
                +4
                Quote: Yeah, well.
                originally the head was rotten

                And those who "in the head" they flew to us from space?

                You know, when I, at one time, tried to fight against extortions in kindergarten, first of all, other parents were so indignant, justifying this by saying, "what you wanted with us everywhere, get used to it."
                A real civil society that knows how to assert its rights, has its own principles, etc. we do not yet.
                And one more thing: as long as people go to power for privileges for themselves, their family and their business, corruption will flourish.
      2. nazar_0753
        nazar_0753 19 May 2016 11: 02
        +1
        Quote: Uncle Murzik
        with a thought, all officials are the same all over the world, only in China they steal the stolen people against the wall!

        That's how it is, but this, apparently, does not help much. They still shoot - and that means that they still steal, albeit under pain of death. Well, and what to take from them - capitalism, after all; and at 400% profit, as you know, there is no crime that would not have been committed even under pain of death laughing
        1. Stirbjorn
          Stirbjorn 19 May 2016 15: 04
          +1
          Quote: nazar_0753
          That's how it is, but this, apparently, does not help much. They still shoot - and that means that they still steal, albeit under pain of death. Well, and what to take from them - capitalism, after all; and at 400% profit, as you know, there is no crime that would not have been committed even under pain of death

          However, China’s economy is growing, but ours is falling
          1. sdc_alex
            sdc_alex 19 May 2016 19: 06
            +1
            I’ll tell you a secret: it’s growing in ALSO, only at a much slower pace.
            The reasons for this can be argued sooooo long and not in the shootings No.
            1. Stirbjorn
              Stirbjorn 19 May 2016 22: 17
              0
              Quote: sdc_alex
              I’ll tell you a secret: it’s growing in ALSO, only at a much slower pace.
              no, it is falling - for 2015 it fell by 3.7%, for the first quarter of 2016 by 0.3% - this is the official data
      3. Come on
        Come on 19 May 2016 13: 25
        +1
        Well, on account of the same all over the world one can argue, but this is not the main thing. The main system of balances and control, as well as the inevitable punishment for theft and corruption. While in Russia the people are divided into those to whom everything is possible and others, until then, all the talk of the authorities about the fight against theft and corruption is an ordinary populist blah.
  6. Igor39
    Igor39 19 May 2016 06: 19
    +7
    Real income and purchasing power then decreased among the population.
  7. Bureaucrat
    Bureaucrat 19 May 2016 06: 28
    +4
    The author correctly noted that it would not be at the expense of an ordinary citizen. But it’s too late to discuss, the latest rise in gas prices has clearly shown at whose expense. True, they will tell us that everyone pays for fuel and the oligarch and a pensioner. Everything is fair and equal.
    1. troyan
      troyan 19 May 2016 09: 35
      +4
      Quote: Bureaucrat
      True, they will tell us that everyone pays for fuel and the oligarch and a pensioner. Everything is fair and equal.

      And no one will say that one has an income of 15-18 thousand per month, while the other has millions in the same period.
      1. sherp2015
        sherp2015 19 May 2016 09: 57
        +6
        Quote: troyan
        And no one will say that one has an income of 15-18 thousand per month, while the other has millions in the same period.

        I will tell you a terrible secret:
        In Russia, not in Maskva, but in the outback, millions of people receive no more than 10 tyr
      2. sdc_alex
        sdc_alex 19 May 2016 10: 34
        -1
        That's just interesting, but what do you think should be?
    2. nazar_0753
      nazar_0753 19 May 2016 11: 04
      +2
      Quote: Bureaucrat
      The author correctly noted that it would not be at the expense of an ordinary citizen. But it’s too late to discuss, the latest rise in gas prices has clearly shown at whose expense. True, they will tell us that everyone pays for fuel and the oligarch and a pensioner. Everything is fair and equal.

      The trouble is that "equally" and "honestly" are different things. When they pour 1500 rubles into a tank of gasoline and an oligarch with millions in income, and a pensioner with a pension of 15k - this, of course, is equal, but it never looks like honesty hi
      1. Vadim237
        Vadim237 19 May 2016 14: 48
        0
        Prices are the same for everyone, just someone gets more, someone less - the market economy in it will be poor and rich everywhere and always.
  8. smith7
    smith7 19 May 2016 06: 34
    +2
    Alas, it is not the cost of oil that affects the quality of life of Russians, but the general trend of the shortage of professionally trained personnel in industries and agriculture. We are threatened to crush greedy, stupid and unspiritual middle managers. Those. I mean that the price of oil is not in the first place among our key problems.
    1. okunevich_rv
      okunevich_rv 19 May 2016 07: 11
      +3
      The cost of the final product depends on the cost of energy carriers in the domestic market, in addition, the condition of the interest rate exceeding the percentage of profitability very "stimulates" production, and so the production workers are bent. The only way is to trade by hiding the real volumes, which is apparently what 99% of retail chains do.
      It is time for the government to resolve the issue of stimulating agriculture, to consider the state order, to consider the return of collective farms and their support, in terms of providing agricultural machinery. Not visible activity of the Minister of CX
    2. okunevich_rv
      okunevich_rv 19 May 2016 07: 11
      0
      The cost of the final product depends on the cost of energy carriers in the domestic market, in addition, the condition of the interest rate exceeding the percentage of profitability very "stimulates" production, and so the production workers are bent. The only way is to trade by hiding the real volumes, which is apparently what 99% of retail chains do.
      It is time for the government to resolve the issue of stimulating agriculture, to consider the state order, to consider the return of collective farms and their support, in terms of providing agricultural machinery. Not visible activity of the Minister of CX
  9. fa2998
    fa2998 19 May 2016 06: 36
    +5
    Quote: apro
    This is a major achievement of the Russian economy

    The article has a kind of ambivalent impression. Yes, I am glad that oil is becoming more expensive again, in the article, they can not help but be delighted! Yes, in financial terms, this is good for Russia. BUT IT'S NOT OUR MERIT! We only increased production and sold for a penny. This is just another turn in international trade. Perhaps this is a new American-Saudi showdown. It is not at all happy that Russia is so dependent on oil prices. Even at a price of $ 120-140, they did not create anything worthwhile for export. Most of the foreign exchange reserves. Already "eaten" - now we are happy - "oil" money has flowed again. hi
    1. Kenneth
      Kenneth 19 May 2016 07: 28
      +3
      Do not rejoice do not flow. We didn’t even reach self-sufficiency
      Less need to fight more to do economic efficiency
  10. Professor
    Professor 19 May 2016 06: 42
    +6
    Oil is growing, and it will obviously continue to grow, as the other day reputable analytical sites announced that they had “fixed” a shortage of “black gold” in the world market.

    Oh, these forecasts. They got it. angry
    1. ImPerts
      ImPerts 19 May 2016 06: 54
      +1
      Professor, how are Israeli citizens taxed? Same flat? Or depending on income level?
      1. Professor
        Professor 19 May 2016 06: 58
        +10
        Quote: ImPerts
        Professor, how are Israeli citizens taxed? Same flat? Or depending on income level?

        You better not know. wink The progressive scale. Income comes up to 50% + health tax + national insurance institute tax + VAT 17%. True, low-income citizens fall under negative income, they are paid extra by the state.
        Income tax

        The tax system of Israel - what taxes are in Israel?

        There are interesting statistics regarding the tax system in Israel.
        According to data in 2011, the average Israeli worked 182 days a year in order to give the state all taxes, both direct and indirect.
        So, 40 days a year, an Israeli worked for VAT,
        and 22 days he worked in order to pay customs duties,
        10 days went to pay excise tax on fuel, and in order
        in order to pay municipal taxes, he had to work as long as 15 days,
        to pay income tax in Israel had to go to work 38 days.
        For a whole month in a year, an average Israeli works to pay to the National Insurance Institute,
        and 11 days working on health tax.
        And another 15 days of labor went to pay taxes on company income.
        Here are the statistics!

        If we consider taxes as a rallying of peculiar expenses, then 64 days are paid state taxes, 26 days are paid for social security of an Israeli, 25 days are his security, 22 days are worked by an Israeli, paying for education, 18 - he pays for the country's bureaucratic machine, 11 days for the development of economic power 10 for health care and a week for everything else.

        The average Israeli spends the income from the remaining 183 working days per year for paying housing - 52 days, paying for transport and communications - 33, paying for a grocery basket - 28 days, 21 days - paying for education, cultural events and various entertainment, income for 12 days are spent on furniture, 9 days a person works on rehabilitation and other expenses.
        1. ImPerts
          ImPerts 19 May 2016 07: 28
          +6
          Thank you.
          Interesting wink
          Quote: Professor
          You better not know.

          On the contrary, it’s very interesting and useful. smile
          It turns out that many immigrants from Russia, who decided to change the place of taxation, lose up to 50% of the imported?
          Or are the Israeli tax services not interested in the income that was before the new citizens moved to permanent residence?
          1. Professor
            Professor 19 May 2016 07: 41
            +5
            Quote: ImPerts
            It turns out that many immigrants from Russia, who decided to change the place of taxation, lose up to 50% of the imported?
            Or are the Israeli tax services not interested in the income that was before the new citizens moved to permanent residence?

            Funds brought from abroad are not of interest to our tax office. By the way, in Israel it is better to quarrel with the mafia, but not with the tax. Returnees also have a number of tax breaks.

            We would have your 13% income ... yes
            1. ImPerts
              ImPerts 19 May 2016 08: 11
              +2
              But I'm still for the progressive scale. Earning a million rubles a month, you can part with 25%. And if 10. then 50 winked
            2. andj61
              andj61 19 May 2016 08: 23
              +5
              Quote: Professor
              We would have your 13% income ...

              hi If only we had exclusively these 13% ... When you encounter this in real life it turns out much more - after all, even before the collection of 13%, the state has already taken 35% from the wage fund. Yes, and indirect or almost indirect taxes to hell. True, there are opportunities to avoid this, even in a practically legal way. Well, as legal, this method today can be considered legal, and after 10 years they will say that this method was already illegal today!
              Russia is a country with an unpredictable past. laughing
              1. Professor
                Professor 19 May 2016 09: 11
                +3
                Quote: andj61
                Russia is a country with an unpredictable past.

                good

                Quote: Tusv
                Total 338.

                Yes. The author was wise. We have only 246 working days this year. It turns out that we will pay all taxes, but we won’t have time to work on ourselves. belay
                Statistics
                1. andj61
                  andj61 19 May 2016 09: 19
                  0
                  Quote: Professor
                  So it turns out that we will pay all taxes, but we won’t have time to work on ourselves.

                  Damn, but I was thinking, what is the meaning of the old "Jewish" joke:
                  -Abram, where do you get the money?
                  - In the nightstand!
                  -And where do they appear from there?
                  - Sarah puts it.
                  - And where does Sarah get it?
                  - I give.
                  - Where do you get it?
                  - Yes, I already said - in the nightstand!

                  So here they are, it turns out wink - In Israel, ordinary citizens are also polls - but strictly after paying taxes! yes - take the money in the nightstand! fellow And there’s nowhere to take more from - the earned taxes have gone. request
                2. ImPerts
                  ImPerts 19 May 2016 14: 50
                  0
                  Quote: Professor
                  The author was wise.

                  There is one. But this is not important.
                  Fundamental gradation of taxes by level of income.
                  There is a joke about the border meter)))
                  Now there are many who saddled such a meter. Here progressive is required.
            3. EvgNik
              EvgNik 19 May 2016 14: 54
              0
              Quote: Professor
              We would have your 13% income ...

              Professor, Bravo, bravissimo. It couldn't be better. Even from the outside it can be seen (or maybe better seen) that we have a disorder with taxes. It's easier to say, "Fuck knows what." For the people they introduce more and more new ones, they do not touch Pinocchio. Inevitably seditious thoughts creep in. Who's guilty? What to do?
        2. Tusv
          Tusv 19 May 2016 08: 30
          0
          Quote: Professor
          The average Israeli spends the income from the remaining 183 working days per year for paying housing - 52 days, paying for transport and communications - 33, paying for a grocery basket - 28 days, 21 days - paying for education, cultural events and various entertainment, income for 12 days are spent on furniture, 9 days a person works on rehabilitation and other expenses.

          Total 338. Only sabbats per year 53. Already to creditors must go after 26 days. Add 51 Sunday. Holidays, in Russia at least 14 (in the Crimea and Tatatrstan ... +2).
          God, how do you live. Joke
        3. DimerVladimer
          DimerVladimer 19 May 2016 14: 55
          +1
          Quote: Professor
          There are interesting statistics regarding the tax system in Israel.
          According to data in 2011, the average Israeli worked 182 days a year in order to give the state all taxes, both direct and indirect.
          So, 40 days a year, an Israeli worked for VAT,
          and 22 days he worked in order to pay customs duties,
          10 days went to pay excise tax on fuel, and in order
          in order to pay municipal taxes, he had to work as long as 15 days,
          to pay income tax in Israel had to go to work 38 days.
          For a whole month in a year, an average Israeli works to pay to the National Insurance Institute,
          and 11 days working on health tax.
          And another 15 days of labor went to pay taxes on company income.
          Here are the statistics!

          If we consider taxes as a rallying of peculiar expenses, then 64 days are paid state taxes, 26 days are paid for social security of an Israeli, 25 days are his security, 22 days are worked by an Israeli, paying for education, 18 - he pays for the country's bureaucratic machine, 11 days for the development of economic power 10 for health care and a week for everything else.

          The average Israeli spends the income from the remaining 183 working days per year for paying housing - 52 days, paying for transport and communications - 33, paying for a grocery basket - 28 days, 21 days - paying for education, cultural events and various entertainment, income for 12 days are spent on furniture, 9 days a person works on rehabilitation and other expenses.


          So it turns out - that a person in any country serves the interests of those in power who teach what and where to give.

          Previously, to put a hut - it took 3-4 months and the housing is ready, at current prices in cities, a person must give all earned in 3-4 years of continuous labor for a concrete cell in a high-rise building ... and where is the justice? Like real estate, consumer goods, fuel - it rises all the time, so that a person would have to work all the time, work and work for a modest opportunity to live
    2. Tektor
      Tektor 19 May 2016 12: 09
      0
      Was it a radio game, ferstein?
  11. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 19 May 2016 06: 48
    +8
    not carried out exclusively at the expense of the ordinary citizen

    In this part, I completely agree with the author. We have the rich and over the rich are shy to disturb, but pulling the economy at the expense of ordinary citizens is considered the norm.
  12. samarin1969
    samarin1969 19 May 2016 07: 01
    +5
    "But the main thing here ... how much is that" gluing the shreds "is not carried out exclusively at the expense of the ordinary citizen, who, as you know, will endure everything and whose level of well-being is often associated in inverse proportion with the level of satisfaction of themselves"

    The growth of the dollar (and colonial goods by 2 times), optimization-consolidation of universities, the process of raising the retirement age, rising prices for utilities, reducing the budget order for university education, extending the freezing of funded pensions, the people's wallet of reserves was blown away from 500 to 360 billion, ...)

    At the same time, we entertain investors at expensive forums, build stadiums at the cost of spaceports, welcome top football coaches to visit, finance the penetration of "our" business into third countries by forgiving debts, sell national assets during the market bottom, etc.

    In contrast to the nominal, real incomes of the population are really "torn to shreds". Budget problems were solved only at the expense of ordinary people.
  13. Sars
    Sars 19 May 2016 07: 10
    +6
    As long as we have a "professor" in power, oil at least 50, even 150 bucks will cost nothing will change.
  14. Gardamir
    Gardamir 19 May 2016 07: 13
    +11
    Minus for the headline. Why do we need a government if everything depends on the price of oil? And finance is only part of the economy. Where is the construction of factories, roads, where is the development of the country? The ruble and the dollar is not an economy.
    1. troyan
      troyan 19 May 2016 09: 39
      +4
      Quote: Gardamir
      The ruble and the dollar is not an economy.

      How not the economy? It’s quite an economy ... in Putin's way.
    2. Cat man null
      Cat man null 21 May 2016 01: 14
      0
      Quote: Gardamir
      Where is the construction of factories, roads, where is the development of the country?

      Well, for example, today ...

      Quote: http://vz.ru/news/2016/5/20/811771.html
      A controlled nuclear chain reaction was successfully launched in the VVER-1200 reactor of the new, most powerful sixth unit of the Novovoronezh NPP in Russian nuclear energy; it was brought to a minimally controlled power level

      Quote: Gardamir
      The ruble and the dollar is not an economy

      Well, yes, yes .. and the cosmodromes-reactors- "energy bridges" -... - they are so, themselves .. they start from the dampness request
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 21 May 2016 01: 27
        +2
        Quote: Cat Man Null
        Well, yes, yes .. and the cosmodromes-reactors- "energy bridges" -... - they are so, themselves .. they start from the dampness

        Can I say it, huh? My friend was building a station for the Olympics, so the Japanese were laughing at them.
        1. Cat man null
          Cat man null 21 May 2016 01: 50
          0
          Quote: Mordvin 3
          Can I say it, huh? My friend was building a station for the Olympics, so the Japanese were laughing at them.

          You can, you can .. only you will agree already:

          - What kind of Olympics (Sochi, go)?
          - what is the "station"?
          - What kind of Japanese, where are the Japanese from?
          - why did they "laugh" finally ..

          And the fact that you are there ... um ... deigned to say - nifiga is not informative ..
  15. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 19 May 2016 07: 16
    +1
    As to whether or not to rejoice in the increase in the cost of oil - do not rejoice. Oil dollars are a wild temptation, golden rain, corrupting the elite and managers. Someone (it seems, Leontiev) said that at a price of $ 100 per barrel, nothing can be produced in Russia ... Russia MUST be self-sufficient, and in terms of food - but we can, when it comes back, and in terms of high-tech production - and who said we can’t? We can do a lot when a roasted cock pecks, and, which is characteristic, not in the dark! A low dollar is dangerous for us, like a plague. How many imported equipment is gathering dust at enterprises bought for petrodollars is a lot. And no one now knows how to repair and maintain it - the spare parts and consumables are expensive, and IT refuses to work without them ...
    About gasoline prices - google the price structure. There, the price of that oil is almost nonexistent. Taxes are (under the modest nickname "excise").
  16. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 19 May 2016 07: 57
    +2
    I don’t understand why the author is "happy"? The fact that oil is "getting more expensive" or that "experts" predicting a drop in oil prices as much as $ 20 per barrel were wrong? If on the first question, then the author is probably not familiar with such a concept as "volatility". Oil will be "volatile" for a long time, frightening off investors. If on the second question, it’s not evening yet and it’s too early to “rejoice” there will still be drawdowns, and possibly up to 20 “killed raccoons” per barrel, but in general, most experts predicted the “volatility” of oil in the region of 30 60 dollars during 2015-2018.
  17. Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 19 May 2016 08: 23
    +3
    And where is the independence of the economy from green-fantasy in general? We are puffing here - tanks, rockets, boats ... And this is with the complete fatal dependence of our economy on the West! More than half the country already belongs to Western capital! What are you talking about? Laughter, and nothing more.
    And our marginal government is just at the end OBORZELO!!!
    1. gg.na
      gg.na 19 May 2016 08: 51
      0
      Quote: Volzhanin
      And our marginal government is just already at the end OBORELO !!!

      There are some individuals yes IN THE GOVERNMENT angry
  18. Engineer
    Engineer 19 May 2016 08: 43
    +3
    Author, are you Siluanov? Do you really believe in 12,9% of inflation? Do you go to the store? How has the price of products changed? And for household appliances? What about a car? 12,9%? Seriously?!! Here are the numbers of real inflation! You urgently need to read Marx’s Capital together with Siluanov! The Ministry of Finance needs a figure of 12,9%, so that later it will be possible to index pensions and salaries for state employees after they have already decreased by this figure, but in fact they are stronger. And then, if indexed.
    1. iliya87
      iliya87 19 May 2016 09: 04
      +2
      If we expand the inflation estimate by one year, it will be significantly lower than the indicators of the last year, when inflation was officially announced at 12,9%, and real inflation in the consumer basket exceeded 16%.

      Read carefully.
      In real life it is. What we produce abroad is 15-20%, respectively, somewhere around 50% and some, and generally even several times more expensive goods, naturally the ruble against the dollar doubled down.
      1. Monster_Fat
        Monster_Fat 19 May 2016 10: 17
        +2
        Interesting information flashed yesterday: Sberbank reported that for the first time the "average" wage "in China exceeded the same wage in Russia." Another yesterday's "interesting": they showed on TV a piece where one of our "effective managers" in a cheerful voice said that the forthcoming "pension reform" in Russia would be the same as in Australia. To the reporter's question about whether the "subject" knows what pensions in Australia, he replied: "he does not know what pensions in Australia, but in order for us to have the same pensions, we must achieve labor productivity from us as in Australia ..." " The subject "like all other" effective managers and managers "in the government, have no idea what" productivity "of labor is and what it depends on, but they always try to" shut up "those who are trying to remind that the majority of the working population Russia is simply receiving a beggarly salary, precisely by this notorious "low productivity", as a very convenient factor in order not to do anything to increase the beggarly wages in Russia ...
        1. DimerVladimer
          DimerVladimer 19 May 2016 14: 59
          +2
          Quote: Monster_Fat
          Interesting information flashed yesterday: Sberbank reported that for the first time the "average" wage "in China exceeded the same wage in Russia."

          This "news" is known to everyone who communicates in the slightest degree or works with Chinese partners - since the devaluation of the ruble, that is, since December 2014.
          If earlier it was profitable to hire a Chinese engineer for $ 1000 a month, now a Russian engineer at the same level costs 30000-35000 wooden rupees, that is, for 500-600 dollars.
          True, in China, social taxes are many times lower, and the salary of a Russian engineer will have to pay almost half from the RFZ fund.
  19. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 19 May 2016 08: 46
    +1
    Fortune telling on coffee grounds at the dollar exchange rate. And how to interpret this information: ... "Economists assessed the likelihood of the dollar rising to 85 rubles ... In June, we admit a decrease in the Central Bank's base interest rate in Russia and its increase in the US. The implementation of these measures will lead to a trend reversal in the USD / RUB pair. Her purchases can be considered in the 61-64 range with the aim of taking profits in the 68-70 range.
    Naturally, there remains such a risk as Britain’s secession from the EU, which will lead to a more serious drawdown of the ruble (up to 72-75 rubles per dollar) .http: //rg.ru/2016/05/19/ekonomisty-ocenili-veroiatnost- rosta-dollara-do-
    85-rublej.html
  20. gg.na
    gg.na 19 May 2016 08: 47
    +3
    Oil prices! Oil prices !! Why does our RUSSIA depend only on these prices for this very oil ?! What kind of insanity?! It’s just necessary, besides the fact that we sell oil, we need to work on our own! And the government as well! And then damn they sit with their hands on their bellies and wait for them to drop a denyuzhka in their pocket!
    1. troyan
      troyan 19 May 2016 09: 44
      +2
      Quote: gg.na
      Why does our RUSSIA depend only on these prices for this very oil ?! What kind of insanity ?!

      Yes, because there is nothing more in Russia but raw materials, if by and large.
      1. sherp2015
        sherp2015 19 May 2016 10: 14
        +1
        Quote: troyan
        Yes, because there is nothing more in Russia but raw materials, if by and large.


        Well, actually there were a lot of things. But with the restructuring and destruction of the USSR, probably 90% of the industry was destroyed and plundered
        1. troyan
          troyan 20 May 2016 09: 58
          -1
          Right. The key words were "was" and "USSR".
    2. Al1977
      Al1977 19 May 2016 17: 56
      +1
      Quote: gg.na
      We must work ourselves! And the government as well! And then damn they sit with their hands on their bellies and wait for them to drop a denyuzhka in their pocket!

      Moreover. have cosmic high ratings of people's trust. Why do something if people are happy with everything ??? Yes, and the National Guard was done on time, banned rallies, etc., now this is extremism. Only the fifth column is not happy, and the whole society united around our leader, the smartest. beautiful, bold and so on.
  21. DimerVladimer
    DimerVladimer 19 May 2016 08: 49
    +3
    The government didn’t move a finger to provide cheap loans to the economy — on the contrary, only loans from commercial banks fell to 7-8% —that is below the key rate of the Central Bank (11%), so the Central Bank immediately began to SEEM free liquidity from banks, allegedly under the pretext so that this money does not go to the foreign exchange market.
    No liquidity - no cheap loans - the blood of the economy. I don’t understand - the actions of the Central Bank are at odds with the development of the Russian economy? Who works for whom?
    Meanwhile, the policy of quantitative easing in the USA and Europe has led to the growth of their economies, in particular, the US economy is in better condition.
    Our rams in the government in every possible way squeezed money supply and expenditures, and without that collapsing the economy without government orders.
    For example, in the crisis of 2009-2011, China poured enormous funds into the economy in the form of infrastructure projects, entangling the country with a network of high-speed rail networks, duplicating the main bridges, transferring excess water resources from the south to the north, thereby supporting the rural movement of its regions.

    In our country, on the contrary, the government is reducing already scarce infrastructure projects. We have only less than ten crossings through the Volga, through two / three crossings through Ob and Yenisei — a very meager and vulnerable transport infrastructure. Print money and invest in infrastructure - this will not affect inflation, but will provide new opportunities for the economy. Instead, useless giant stadiums are being built that will not pay for their maintenance. Even in terms of sports, it is more profitable to build 3-4 medium-sized stadiums in several cities than one large one.
  22. VladimS
    VladimS 19 May 2016 08: 52
    +1
    Quote: Gardamir
    Why do we need a government if everything depends on the price of oil? And finance is only part of the economy. Where is the construction of factories, roads, where is the development of the country? The ruble and the dollar is not an economy.


    That way!
    http://www.sdelanounas.ru/
    How many enterprises start up, there has not been such a thing since the 60s.
    Read carefully. Very surprised, I suppose.
    Even information about your area, residence.
    1. DimerVladimer
      DimerVladimer 19 May 2016 10: 34
      +1
      Quote: VladimS
      That way!
      http://www.sdelanounas.ru/
      How many enterprises start up, there has not been such a thing since the 60s.
      Read carefully. Very surprised, I suppose.
      Even information about your area, residence.


      everything is far from so rosy - as on the resource you proposed.
      In many ways, rainbow articles are a superficial understanding of journalists and PR.
      In reality, such BLUs are obtained as those of Chubais with a battery plant, as soon as the Chinese left the project, the plant became unnecessary. This says a lot - for example, that nichrome is not versed in the economy, because ONLY EXTREME DIBILS are building the plant, focusing on the ONLY buyer. This is extremely risky if you do not have several markets (or rather export to the global market) - you are a shitty entrepreneur Chubaiz.
      I see this as a criminal squandering of public funds into NOT thought-out, not RISK-calculated production, but as usual - worthless uncontrolled spending of public funds, without any economic effect, except perhaps for the personal co-existence of specific individuals who have mastered public funds!
  23. Million
    Million 19 May 2016 09: 07
    +4
    Our life will improve when the people do not care about the cost of a barrel of oil and exchange rates
    1. DimerVladimer
      DimerVladimer 19 May 2016 10: 56
      +1
      Quote: Million
      Our life will improve when the people do not care about the cost of a barrel of oil and exchange rates


      This is a philistine opinion that has nothing to do with entrepreneurship.

      The rate of the local currency and the country to which it is exported is always extremely important to the exporter - the price of goods in the market of the importing country depends on this.
      Now the export conditions are wonderful, only ... those who have already exported oil, gas and oil products - they already valued their products in dollars.

      Therefore, the export of the Russian Federation in 2015 did not change much in structure - according to the Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation, the basis for Russian exports in January-July 2015 was fuel and energy products, the share of which in the commodity structure of exports to these countries was 68,5% (in January-July 2014 - 75,6%).
      http://www.customs.ru/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=21621

      Russian exports [2] in January-July 2015 amounted to 210,5 billion US dollars and compared with January-July 2014 decreased by 30,6%! Here is the effect for you - it would seem quite the opposite of the devaluation of the ruble.
      Yes, there are simply no competitive products, except for OIL GAS and products of their conversion.

      True, there is a spoon of honey in a tar barrel: the share of export of machinery and equipment in January-July 2015 amounted to 5,0% (in January-July 2014 - 3,0%). The value volume of exports of this product group compared to January-July last year increased by 16,9%, including: mechanical equipment - by 15,8%, means of land transport, except railway - by 49,0%. The physical volumes of deliveries of cars increased by 20,2%, of trucks - by 12,0%.)
      True, at the same time, sales within the country for these items fell from 25 to 30%, so that machine-building plants "due to" introduced "UTILIZATION CHARGES" (not having the slightest relation to utilization) collapsed - even KAMAZ was not returned utilization fees, which were imposed on all automobile , and since 2016 also tractor plants, factories of trailers, combines, excavators and other special equipment.

      Think about it now, so that the plant can put on sale a bulldozer or an excavator - it must pay the state a RECYCLING FEE of 1 rubles !!!

      Now the equipment in Russia is already outdated, with low reliability and a small resource has become more expensive for the buyer from 10 to 30% of last year's prices.
  24. Archon
    Archon 19 May 2016 09: 31
    0
    what other deficit is this?
    After all, there is still Iran with large reserves and the United States with shale oil
  25. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 19 May 2016 09: 39
    0
    In my opinion, the only country whose low hydrocarbon rate is profitable is the United States. You can reduce your own very expensive production, including shale. Replenish storage facilities for a dollar amount, and channel the difference to undermine the economies of oil and gas exporting countries. And at the same time continue to put pressure on the Russian economy in this way.
    1. Come on
      Come on 19 May 2016 14: 30
      0
      Low oil prices are beneficial for Europe, as this makes production and logistics cheaper, which both producers and consumers profit from. Fuel prices collapsed by 50% in the EU.
      1. Anglorussian
        Anglorussian 19 May 2016 20: 51
        0
        Fuel prices collapsed by 50% in the EU.
        recourse In England, gasoline prices fell by a quarter when oil was 27 pence. Now it is 12 pence cheaper than "when it was a hundred"
  26. slovak007
    slovak007 19 May 2016 10: 03
    +1
    Something doesn't fit ...
    I took from the Rosstat website: http://www.gks.ru/bgd/free/B04_03/IssWWW.exe/Stg/d06/143.htm oil production / export schedule for the 15th year. About 20 million tons per month (for export) is about 150 million tons in barrels. The average price of Brent crude oil for 2015 is $ 53,4. Total 150 * 000 = 000 $ * 53,4 (months) == 8 $ This is the amount only from the sale of oil, but there is still gas.
    Explain to me where the money is flowing ???
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 19 May 2016 14: 52
      -2
      Money goes to the budget, and there it is divided into the whole country, into salaries, pensions, construction, the army, etc. - We have a lot of expenses.
  27. igorv501
    igorv501 19 May 2016 10: 19
    -1
    And I forgot to divide by half, what belongs to private companies and the king?
  28. Zomanus
    Zomanus 19 May 2016 10: 34
    +2
    Yes, FIG knows ... In the trade blockage, people do not have money to buy.
    In construction, blockage-building materials and heavy machinery cost
    with reasonable housing prices, there is no profit from the word at all.
    Household appliances, computers, smartphones - everything froze.
    And computers and smarts become obsolete very quickly,
    six months later, their prices will have to be reduced even to minus.
    The production of other goods is also in question,
    no one to sell.
  29. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 19 May 2016 10: 44
    +1
    And when you consider that the volumes of the RF Reserve Fund, ...
    (growth of savings even in dollar terms amounted to
    more than a billion per month, reaching $ 51 billion),

    Does the author even understand what he is writing?
    "having reached the $ 51 billion mark" - 51 billion is very little,
    almost empty.
    For comparison: China's foreign exchange reserves - $ 3.2 trillion
  30. VladimS
    VladimS 19 May 2016 11: 06
    +1
    Quote: voyaka uh
    For comparison: China's foreign exchange reserves - $ 3.2 trillion

    For information - was such. Today, almost a trillion less.
  31. Katman
    Katman 19 May 2016 11: 20
    0
    Did it seem to me or am I right that this whole article was written for the sake of the penultimate paragraph? “And now the Ministry of Finance is already declaring that there is no point in extending the capital amnesty regime.” How much of this capital flowed into the Russian economy after the amnesty was announced? Share a secret, eh? Oh please!
  32. verb
    verb 19 May 2016 12: 01
    0
    All these "economic gurus" are the essence of the "miscarriages" of the HSE, led and directed by the USA. And the older "gurus" generally studied and (or) practiced in the States. I would like to take a closer look at them - are they not agents of influence? Or maybe just agents ...
  33. 31rus2
    31rus2 19 May 2016 12: 10
    0
    Dear, once again about the main thing, all these forecasts, articles, on the topic of how we will heal, if ... So, you really need to consider completely different parameters: these are economic growth and living standards, discuss everything else at economic forums or in the Duma , achieve the growth of these parameters, then we'll talk about oil, the ruble exchange rate, how they live in the West and in China
  34. VladimS
    VladimS 19 May 2016 12: 50
    +1
    Quote: DimerVladimer
    everything is far from so rosy - as on the resource you proposed.
    In many ways, rainbow articles are a superficial understanding of journalists and PR.
    In reality, such BLUs are obtained as those of Chubais with a battery plant, as soon as the Chinese left the project, the plant became unnecessary. This says a lot - for example, that nichrome is not versed in the economy, because ONLY EXTREME DIBILS are building the plant, focusing on the ONLY buyer. This is extremely risky if you do not have several markets (or rather export to the global market) - you are a shitty entrepreneur Chubaiz.
    I see this as a criminal squandering of public funds into NOT thought-out, not RISK-calculated production, but as usual - worthless uncontrolled spending of public funds, without any economic effect, except perhaps for the personal co-existence of specific individuals who have mastered public funds!

    Well what kind of nonsense is that ??
    Do you propose not building anything anywhere?
    Or do you consider yourself only smart?
    And dozens and hundreds of specialists who are preliminarily working on the issue of new production settlements, are all corrupt, only seeing how to build something and close it in half a year?
    And with that, "Chubais production, not quite as you paint here.
    1. DimerVladimer
      DimerVladimer 19 May 2016 13: 15
      +1
      Quote: VladimS
      Well what kind of nonsense is that ??
      Do you propose not building anything anywhere?
      Or do you consider yourself only smart?
      And dozens and hundreds of specialists who are preliminarily working on the issue of new production settlements, are all corrupt, only seeing how to build something and close it in half a year?
      And with that, "Chubais production, not quite as you paint here.


      Yes - I consider myself smart.
      Yes, I calculate 2-3 production projects per month.
      Because it’s not for state money, any mistake will fly into the pipe.
      In Red, you can mow - he does not work for his own.
      The plant was designed for one Chinese consumer who was a co-investor. I left the project - and the plant can not only justify the costs for itself, but also works at a loss.

      According to the canons of business - if at a design capacity of 75% you don’t make a profit during the year, then you were very wrong somewhere. And this is not the only cant of Chubik in production, which speaks of extremely ineffective management (it’s not for nothing that some Rosnanovites are on the run)

      Are you actually an expert? Or so - balabol did not build a single business?
  35. Velizariy
    Velizariy 19 May 2016 12: 56
    +1
    Life in the country can improve only when the powers that be and the people are not abstracted from each other! A simple example: If the building of the State Duma falls into pre-eminence with all the "chosen ones" of the people, then who among the people will not be happy? Most will simply rejoice! The hatred of the people for the governing state. the apparatus, among the common people to officials, is simply off scale!
    The people are now the source of prosperity for "power", and not kept and protected by those in power.
    1. Al1977
      Al1977 19 May 2016 13: 43
      +2
      Quote: Velizariy
      Life in the country can be improved only when those in power and the people are not abstracted from each other!

      Big uncle, and believes in fairy tales. They go to power for the sake of power and money. Only.
      1. Velizariy
        Velizariy 19 May 2016 13: 59
        0
        This is so now.
        Just because now it is a "fairy tale" - life will not get better. If the authorities take responsibility for the governed people, it will be better. In the meantime ... In the meantime, the hope for improvement is faith in a fairy tale)
        1. Al1977
          Al1977 19 May 2016 16: 11
          +2
          Quote: Velizariy
          The authorities will appear responsible for the controlled people - it will be better

          Well, if only a Martian appears. Judge for yourself. So the man was eager for power, went through a lot, bribed, licked his ass, hell knows what else he did. Dropped to power ... And all this that would be Uncle Vasya from the carpool, who thumps and scratches his eggs on the sofa to improve his life? Uncle Vasya is a sucker for him, which legalizes his ultimate goal, power and grandmother. And how to do it. so that Uncle Vasya wouldn’t take up his gun, it’s a clear visual aid now. There you have enemies with missiles, but you don’t believe - and so the government was dolbyotyty, and that didn’t convince you - so here’s the national idea of ​​patriotism and rallying around the leader just like that ... You see everything yourself ... I hope.
  36. Forever so
    Forever so 19 May 2016 13: 53
    0
    Finally, the government will again be able to save the economy of America by buying treasury trash.
  37. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 19 May 2016 15: 42
    0
    rogue laughing bully drinks

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  38. misterwulf
    misterwulf 19 May 2016 18: 52
    +1
    Under Stalin (and Khrushchev, too, with his retroactive force of the Law), our entire "economic bloc" would have been shot long ago.
    1. Al1977
      Al1977 20 May 2016 10: 25
      0
      Quote: misterwulf
      Under Stalin (and Khrushchev, too, with his retroactive force of the Law), our entire "economic bloc" would have been shot long ago.

      And immediately, would we become a world economic power? Our televisions would be sold all over the world, it would be an honor to drive our cars. Our trains were tsalami most train trains ...
      Have you just returned from a rally of pensioners at the Stalin monument?