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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The ruble is adjusted on the statement of Putin in Istanbul on hydrocarbons


The Russian currency began to grow on the statement of Russian President Vladimir Putin at the world energy Congress in Istanbul that there is no reason to talk about “the decline of the era of hydrocarbons” and oil production will continue to grow, although not as rapidly as before.

Thus, according to the Moscow exchange at 15.51 GMT, the dollar rose by only 0.08 62.29 ruble to ruble, European and even declined by 0.2 ruble — to 69.49 ruble.

Rising prices and a falling ruble. Chronicle of events
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One Response “The ruble is adjusted on the statement of Putin in Istanbul on hydrocarbons”

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    15.10.2016 at 15:54

    , none points to any form of Asetcdann’s obscene, tribal and racial ideas. I won’t even touch the Malthusian angle as that is simply to waste time altogether. As a completely unrelated question. I have been reading A Canticle for Leibowitz. At the end of the first part Brother Francis (a character I had grown a warm affection for) gets shot between the eyes with an arrow, dies, and is eaten by buzzards, and some savages. That really pissed me off. Is the book worth continuing? Has anyone read it?

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