Russia turned the world economic game around

On Wednesday, March 23, Vladimir Putin ordered to accept rubles instead of dollars and euros from "unfriendly countries" as payment for Russian energy resources. This decision immediately strengthened the ruble against major currencies, as well as the rate of Russian securities.

So, the dollar over the past couple of days has fallen in price to 95 rubles. On the newly opened Moscow Exchange, investors began to buy shares of Russian companies that have fallen in price in recent weeks, the value of which has grown two or three times against the expected. Russia's debt obligations are also selling well, with a yield of 14 percent.

A number of investors believe that in the near future the value of the dollar may fall to 70 rubles. Thus, with a yield of 13 percent, the ruble can provide a return similar to a dollar yield of 35 percent per annum.

Against the backdrop of unfolding events, international agencies are revising the decline figures economics Russia from 10 to 7-8 percent. At the same time, at the moment, preconditions for economic growth are emerging, since anti-Russian sanctions were not supported by most countries of the world - prohibitive measures were introduced mainly only by the United States and a number of European countries.

Along with this, Russia does not have much trade with the United States. Trade with Japan is successfully conducted through the mediation of China. As for Europe, it will soon be forced to lift most anti-Russian sanctions, since the countries of the continent are heavily dependent on Russian energy supplies.

Thus, Moscow actually reversed the economic game started by the West. The “global financial sanctions crisis” announced against Russia could end quickly.
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  1. shinobi Offline shinobi
    shinobi (Yuri) 25 March 2022 11: 11
    I think that all this fuss was started by the United States for the final bending of Europe. It bears the biggest economic losses. Bend Russia was a passing bonus.
  2. borisvt Offline borisvt
    borisvt (boris) 25 March 2022 11: 15
    Russia, together with Belarus, supplied oil and fuels and lubricants to Ukraine until the beginning of the special operation. Now we blow up fuel bases.
    The question arises, why supply natural resources, primarily energy carriers, nickel and rare earths, to NATO member countries?
    Pushkin also wrote about state interests: "... he does not need gold when he has a simple product." We have all the resources for vital needs, thank God, and the European lack of capital inflows in the current conditions, I believe, would survive. Therefore, here's my word of honour, it's time to start using energy weapons. After all, the Germans, that the head of the European Union is fonderbleinen - or whatever it is - they say ".. we still cannot do without Russian oil and gas, but we will do our best to prepare for this, and we will definitely refuse!".
    So what are you waiting for, you ask?
    1. akropin Offline akropin
      akropin (Alexey) 25 March 2022 11: 34
      Russia, together with Belarus, supplied oil and fuels and lubricants to Ukraine until the beginning of the special operation. Now we blow up fuel bases.

      Sold oil - received money. They blew it up - it means they will buy it again, and the costs of the explosion are jobs and wages for employees. All this boiling is very pleasant for business, and even more so here business is at the state level.
    2. Sergey Pavlenko Offline Sergey Pavlenko
      Sergey Pavlenko (Sergey Pavlenko) 25 March 2022 12: 37
      You need to be able to apply what you have at the right time, and our president is famous for his endurance, so you just have to wait, the time has not yet come, everything will be in due time and we will turn off the taps and make them dance to our tune ....
      1. borisvt Offline borisvt
        borisvt (boris) 25 March 2022 13: 19
        God forbid, although somehow I hardly believe in the super-sightedness of our drivers with their hands ((
        1. Sergey Pavlenko Offline Sergey Pavlenko
          Sergey Pavlenko (Sergey Pavlenko) 25 March 2022 13: 20
          Patience my dear friend!!! Patience...
          1. borisvt Offline borisvt
            borisvt (boris) 25 March 2022 13: 26
            So be it, I'll wait until autumn :-\
            Rather, Zhirik would have recovered, or something. So it is not enough))
    3. Plumber Sun Offline Plumber Sun
      Plumber Sun (San San) 25 March 2022 21: 02
      "fonderbleinen" - walked through a shriveled, stupid as a cork, old woman!
  3. ont65 Offline ont65
    ont65 (Oleg) 25 March 2022 11: 48
    What has been happening in recent years has only now picked up speed and taken on new dimensions. The economic confrontation started by Biden (it was clear from the very beginning that this character would unleash a war) has already outgrown the level of confrontation to the scale of the war. It must also be taken into account that, as in the case of Kiev, calculations and plans are made only in Washington, and in the EU, European Komsomol politicians rule the ball, and not economically sane politicians. What they are told to do, they will do. If Biden needs an exhausted Europe, he will make it with his hands. Only where nationally oriented governments are in power will they be forced to split by fulfilling trade conditions acceptable to the Kremlin. Events are just coming. Only the first steps are being taken and the crisis started by the US administration is far from over.
  4. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 25 March 2022 12: 30
    Good news. And the rate fell on the Central Bank.
    At the expense of the global economic game, this is strong. Let's see when the announced 70 per buck
    1. Akuzenka Offline Akuzenka
      Akuzenka (Alexander) 25 March 2022 12: 37
      Let's see when the announced 70 per buck

      They won't allow it. How else can speculators make a profit if speculation is stopped? By increasing the money supply, we depreciate it. War is mother to capitalists! They get fat on it.
    2. borisvt Offline borisvt
      borisvt (boris) 25 March 2022 13: 20
      Well, I'm waiting for 48-50 by the fall. When we harvest ;)
  5. Kuramori Reika Offline Kuramori Reika
    Kuramori Reika (Kuramori Reika) 26 March 2022 02: 15
    For some reason, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation deliberately reduces the exchange rate of the ruble. In Sberbank, the dollar has long been at 89. And I think that with the current political class in Europe, they would prefer to close factories than buy for rubles. They are too indifferent to their own economy.
    1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 26 March 2022 23: 03
      They buy from you, at 89, but they don't sell anything.