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Re: Notícias da Rússia
« Responder #195 em: Agosto 14, 2023, 09:59:34 pm »


Estranho.  Não era suposto a Europa congelar sem o sacrossanto gás russo? 

 

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Re: Notícias da Rússia
« Responder #196 em: Agosto 14, 2023, 10:01:49 pm »


Estranho.  Não era suposto a Europa congelar sem o sacrossanto gás russo? 


Nem as janelas aguentaram a falta de gás!  :mrgreen:
 

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Re: Notícias da Rússia
« Responder #197 em: Agosto 15, 2023, 10:47:40 am »
Banco Central da Rússia sobe taxa diretora para 12%


 

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Re: Notícias da Rússia
« Responder #198 em: Agosto 15, 2023, 08:11:31 pm »
A Economia russa a colapsar!!!!

Russia’s central bank to hold extraordinary meeting after rouble falls to 16-month low

Bank will discuss interest rate after high spending on war in Ukraine and drop in export revenues put further pressure on Russia’s economy (subiu as taxas de juro para 12%)



Russia’s central bank has announced it will hold an extraordinary meeting on Tuesday to discuss the level of its key interest rate after the rouble fell to its weakest point in almost 17 months.

The currency has been steadily losing value since the beginning of the year and slid past the psychologically important level of 100 to the dollar on Monday morning.

It has weakened by 26% this year as a result of a collapse in export revenues and growing military spending, making it the third worst-performing global currency in 2023. The decline has led to calls from senior Kremlin officials for higher borrowing costs.

On Monday morning, the central bank said it saw no threat to Russia’s financial stability from the rouble’s fall, blaming the currency’s slide in value on a drop in export volumes and growing internal demand for imports.

However, in the afternoon the Bank of Russia made the surprise announcement that its board of directors would meet on Tuesday to discuss the interest rate, with a decision to be published at 10.30am Moscow time.

The rouble has had a period of turbulence since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, dropping to a record low of 150 to the dollar two weeks after the start of the war before sharply recovering after the Russian central bank imposed strict capital controls that limited the flow of money out of the country.

By last summer the rouble had rebounded to a seven-year high as a rise in oil and gas prices, partly a result of the invasion, helped Russia raise export revenue while consumer imports fell.

Russian oil revenues have been drastically reduced since western price caps and embargos were imposed, while imports have recovered. The government has spent billions on the defence industry to continue the war in Ukraine, with many critical goods still coming from abroad.

The fall in the rouble accelerated after the aborted uprising in June by Yevgeny Prigozhin and his Wagner group of mercenary fighters caused Russians to move money into foreign accounts.


Dr Janis Kluge, a researcher who focuses on the Russian economy at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, a thinktank, said: “The Russian rouble is still searching for its appropriate long-term war-sanctions exchange rate. Without capital controls, speculators would have priced in the poor outlook last year.”

A senior Kremlin aide admitted on Monday that a weak rouble had a “negative effect” on the “population’s real incomes” but said Moscow expected the currency to bounce back shortly.

“The current exchange rate has deviated significantly from fundamental levels, and its normalisation is expected in the near future,” Vladimir Putin’s economic adviser Maxim Oreshkin said in an op-ed for the Tass news agency. “It is in the interests of the Russian economy to have a strong rouble.”

Last week the Russian central bank took steps to stabilise the rouble, holding purchases of foreign currency until 2024 “to reduce volatility”. But the move did not immediately stop the currency’s decline, raising worries among Russian policymakers of the possibility of significantly higher consumer prices.

In the short term, a weaker rouble could help the authorities to fund its extensive war spending. Russia sells its oil in foreign currency and the current exchange will buy more roubles at home. A government document reviewed by Reuters this month showed that Moscow had doubled its 2023 defence spending target to more than $100bn (£79bn), a third of all public expenditure.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2023/aug/14/rouble-falls-to-16-month-low-dollar-russian-exports-collapse-war-ukraine-russia-economy

 
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Re: Notícias da Rússia
« Responder #199 em: Setembro 07, 2023, 08:10:22 pm »
 

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Re: Notícias da Rússia
« Responder #200 em: Setembro 18, 2023, 11:15:08 am »
Estará a economia russa à beira do abismo?


 

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Re: Notícias da Rússia
« Responder #201 em: Outubro 04, 2023, 05:33:40 pm »
7. Todos os animais são iguais mas alguns são mais iguais que os outros.

 

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Re: Notícias da Rússia
« Responder #202 em: Outubro 10, 2023, 10:07:55 pm »
Nós vemo-nos gregos para conseguirmos chegar a 2% dos gastos do PIB na Defesa, mas os russos para sustentar a Operação Especial vão rebentar 1/3 do seu orçamento na Defesa!!!!!!! Guerra barata. 109 mil milhões de dólares para 2024!!!!!

https://www.nytimes.com/2023/10/09/business/economy/russia-economy-ukraine-war.html

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/everything-front-russia-allots-third-2024-spending-defence-2023-10-02/#:~:text=Spending%20under%20the%20%22national%20defence,fiscal%20plans%20for%202024%2D2026.

Entretanto as matérias primas não ajudam. Ao contrário do que afirmam os zandingas da Economia, o petróleo estava a caír fortemente antes do ataque do Hamas (por isso esta semana temos combustível mais barato), subiu um pouco e já está a caír outra vez!!!! E com a recessão provocada (combate à inflação no ocidente), ou há uma grande catástrofe pela frente ou o petróleo só pode caír a pique!!!!!!

https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/oil-prices-tick-up-after-opec-panel-maintains-output-cuts-2023-10-05/

Chatice a procura por petróleo estar a caír!
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Re: Notícias da Rússia
« Responder #203 em: Novembro 15, 2023, 04:33:07 pm »
Abramovich financiou Putin através de offshore em Chipre, denuncia investigação


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Re: Notícias da Rússia Novo
« Responder #204 em: Dezembro 07, 2023, 02:50:02 pm »
Filhos de Abramovich têm nacionalidade lituana, confirmam autoridades


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