Financial transactions of the Russian Federation with unfriendly countries decreased by about 80%. However, the number of such transactions with Asian countries tripled.
The emigration of millionaires from Russia will not affect its economy, economist Nikita Krichevsky told the Telegram channel Radiotochka NSN.
The Central Bank of Russia has revealed a new method of fraud by fake "bank employees" who offer to exchange cashback for rubles.
Kirill Stremousov, deputy head of the military-civilian administration (CAA) of the Kherson region, said that Kyiv intends to disconnect the region from the banking system.
Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that there could be no objective reasons for Russia's default.
There may not be enough Russian chips for bank cards if demand grows, Alexander Baranov, Candidate of Economic Sciences, told FBA Economics Today.
Now it is worth taking a closer look at the shares of retailers, Alexey Antonov, head of the investment consulting department at Alor Broker, advised in a conversation with EADaily.
It will not be possible to force Norway to share windfall profits from oil and gas sales with Ukraine, said Sergei Pravosudov, director of the National Energy Institute.
The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, offered to send €9 billion to Ukraine to support the country's economy.
Residents of Poland began to seriously save, according to the research center ARC Rynek i Opinia.
Federal budget spending in the period from January to April 2022 increased by almost a quarter compared to the same period last year.
Over $40 billion aid package to Ukraine to be approved by US House of Representatives soon, Wall Street Journal reports.
Customers will be able to pay for purchases in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Shiba Inu, Dogecoin and other cryptocurrencies.
EU countries will not soon be able to refuse to purchase Russian oil, for which, perhaps, they will also have to pay in rubles.
Residents of Russia began to complain more often about banks that fell under Western sanctions, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation reported.