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    YEAR_2022
    Nice bump up today in Moscow. Hope it stays that way. Do not know reason. Perhaps bargain hunting.
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    AQUARIUS
    Gazprom rejected Moldova's request to reschedule its January gas payment, forcing the country to introduce a state of emergency in its energy sector.
    www.reuters.com/business/energy/moldova-faces-state-emergency-after-gazprom-rejects-request-postpone-gas-payment-2022-01-19/
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    Mary
    US talks to China - China says to respect Russia’s security concerns. Similar tale when US talked with Japan who urged de-escalation on the US side.

    Of course China would say this - because of the US issues with the South China Sea. But a sidelight here is that Ukraine nationalized a Chinese owned company located in Ukraine that was producing missile and drone engines. The Chinese were not happy.
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    YEAR_2022
    Gas pipeline from Russia to Mongolia and China may start operating in 2027-2028 (TASS)
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    Mary
    Interesting story from Ukraine. “ The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has reported on its latest finds of the weapons and munitions supplied from Russia to the warzone in the east-Ukrainian Donbas region. Among the documented types of weapons are not just Soviet-designed landmines, but also exclusively Russian-made explosive devices and grenade launchers, not seen before in the Donbas.”

    What makes it interesting is that the story fails to provide just how the Ukrainian security service ‘found’ these things on the Donbass side of the contact line and even interviewed someone there. Nor does it mention that Russian made weapons are on both sides of the contact line because it was once part of the Soviet Union. None of the stuff shown was that modern or sophisticated.

    Beware the false flag.
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    Michael
    Germany will come through with a license for NS 2. Its a perfectly legitimate enterprise and also
    Gerhard Schroder - an ex German Chancellor (think Prime Minister) is a Director of NS2, Gazprom and even Rosneft. The links of German money to the pipeline run deep and will ensure it gets approved once all this Ukraine fuss calms down.
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    Mary
    US begging Qatar for LNG. Qatar has the gas, but who wants to mske a significant investment in sending gas to the EU at twice the price of Russian gas? And who in the EU wants to buy such gas under long term contracts? The EU set up a policy of buying ‘spot gas’ rather than long term contracts (which Russia wants). Spot prices for LNG will always be undercut by Russian gas.
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    varun
    “Russia-Ukraine Tensions: Best-Case Scenario Vs. Worst-Case Outcome For Investors”

    Summary

    In the best-case scenario of the current standoff over Ukraine, a NATO-Russia deal is reached. Undervalued Russian assets take off, energy inflation fears are somewhat alleviated for the short-term.

    In the worst-case scenario, there is a conflict, leading to a severe economic confrontation, Russian assets get hammered, the EU economy enters a severe crisis, China moves on Taiwan.
    Recent signals out of the EU & Ukraine suggest that best-case scenario odds are improving.

    A severe misjudgment of just how ugly the economic fallout could become is still feeding some of the more hawkish positions, which increases the probability of an economic disaster this year, and perhaps beyond.

    An economic confrontation with Russia also has growing odds of spreading beyond being just a Russia-Western World affair. China could find it to be an opportune moment to hit back economically.

    Article just posted on Seeking Alpha.
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    Michael
    Biden and the medias threats to Russia are backfiring, markets are crashing.
    The puppet masters of Wall St are on the phone ot Biden to get a deal with Putin ASAP, they need a win to stabilize global economys.
    Putins master stroke to move off US denominated debt and trade off petro-dollars is now provings it worth. Russian Central Bank one of the most fiscally responsible and economically sound central banks in developed nations.
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    Anonymous
    Breaking news:

    Germany is providing 5000 helmets to the Ukraine.

    I think this is too much. A paper and a pencil would have been enough. So the President of the Ukraine can write down the Pros and Cons of a war with Russia.
  • R
    Robin
    What basically happened was all those emerging market funds just dumped Russian stocks in the past 2 weeks because they just wanted to protect their A--. That is the problem with professional money managers - If Russian lost Swift and then can transact in Russian securities then as a MM you can be fired for lack of risk mitigation. So they care about their jobs so they sell - no-one will fire them to protect against "risk". Russia was not going to invade Ukraine proper - only protect the Donbass if Ukraine mounted an offensive. and now even Ukraine said Russia not likely to invade and will have direct talks in 2 weeks. Way more recovery coming. Maybe not claw back all losses as those professional money managers not about to storm back just yet. but we get back half the loss short term that is nice indeed. Gazprom likely going to make RUB100 in 2021 and pay a RUB50 dividend. What a monster yield even after 15% foreign dividend tax. In 2022 EPS somewhere between RUB150 and RUB 250. Crazy dividends coming!
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    Michael
    Nice to see some green, maybe all the sabre rattling has died down.
    Jay Powell will come out and say that the threat of Russian invasion is "transitory ".
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    Mary
    German negotiator Baerbock has stated that she told Lavrov that Ukraine admittance to NATO is off the table for now and that current negotiations are on settling the problems in Donbass. That would help Russian stock prices.

    US Congress looking at sanctions again - kind of hard to see them unilaterally doing much without involving the EU in SWIFT or NS2 sanctions.
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    ROBERT
    The United States has far too much influence around the world and we get away with it because of our military. The downside is that our military is extraordinarily expensive. I read an article sometime back that our military cost equals the combined total of countries # 2 through # 8. I think it's long past time for the USA to give up our we are the world's policemen status. If we did, Russia and Ukraine would find a way to reconcile their differences without outside interference. Our State Department and CIA could care less about the tens of thousands of Ukrainians who die in a war with Russia. This war talk coming from the United States and NATO is Madness!
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    Mary
    “ The U.S. is rescinding its support for an underground pipeline that could transport natural gas from the eastern Mediterranean Sea to Europe due to its economic implausibility, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Tuesday, according to Reuters. ”

    This removes competing gas from the Middle East to Greece. Meanwhile, Gazprom locked up a long term deal to send gas to Greece. Who is playing checkers and who is playing chess?
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    YEAR_2022
    Gazprom: Nord Stream 2 Is Dead On Arrival (SA Article)!
    Just as an FYI :-).
    Want to see what you all think about this article.
  • Y
    Year_2020
    Another big down day. London down 3 percent.
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    Mary
    Excellent article on Zerohedge about Ukraine crisis and how several NATO countries are pulling back on the hysteria in order to avoid war. In particular Germany, France and Sweden. Even Ukraine is toning down its imminent invasion talk. Interesting tidbit at the end is Russian Finance saying that if SWIFT is cut then no gas to Europe.

    I think the later is more to fend off any pre-invasion sanctions. And of course, this just happens right before Powell.
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    Year_2020
    Earnings of 104 Rubles in year 2021 with a share price currently at 294 Rubles. Insane valuation!