Only in July banks have imported more than 2 billion into the country. The companies even more often use the European currency. Owners of dollar deposits in thoughts: whether it is worth transferring them to euro, to buy bonds, to cash or to undertake nothing? Photo: depositphotos.com U of the Moscow doctor Sergey Kondratyev is the green card. At him in the USA there live relatives, and he often there flies. He has also a deposit in the American currency. But now Sergey is interested in purely Russian question: what to do? He, as well as many, has had heard plenty of frightening forecasts that dollars in the country will forbid and convert them into rubles at an unfavorable rate. Probability of it, of course, around a statistical error especially as the doctor keeps money in Russian "subsidiary" of the American bank. Therefore it is possible not to be afraid and not to do especially anything. But the Muscovite worries. There is a wish to remove not really, to transfer to rubles too, and to convert into euro is expenses. Sergey Kondratyev is a doctor from Moscow "At me there is a dilemma how to keep. To remove, probably, considering that a talk is that can adopt the law on the termination of circulation of dollar in the country, and then it is unclear what will be with this contribution. I in rubles then will be given out at an unclear course. Or, perhaps, I will remove and I will transfer to euro, already before a trip so far. Yet I in the head have no final concept yet, but think what to do". At one time banks very much recommended to the premium clients to buy eurobonds. Including state banks. Instead of deposits. The main plus is, of course, profitability, many times above, than at a contribution. The main minus — risk. Eurobonds — the market tool. Their cost, unlike a deposit, can exchange. If the USA after all imposes the toughest sanctions against state banks, bonds will fall in price. And, not only at state banks. As it will be sanctions not only against them, but also against all financial system of Russia. In the same way also government debt papers will fall in price. And nevertheless, it is better to keep money in evrobligation, the president of the Moscow Partners company Evgeny Kogan expresses the opinion. Evgeny Kogan the managing director of the Moscow Partners company "To keep dollar deposits in banks is a top of nonprofessionalism and nonsense as any dollar contribution in bank is a percent - one and a half profitability if you are given two, it is already remarkable. And eurobonds at this moment give four, five and more annual interest rates. And absolutely quite good quality, often much higher, than rating of this bank and reliability of this bank. Therefore to hold dollar deposits as silly how to try to do some flying without special device". In recent years the Central Bank and banks have saved up tens of billions of dollars cash. Did it obviously to be reinsured and soften a consequence of tough sanctions. Now follows from statistics of the regulator that banks actively stock up also with cash euros. Only in July they have imported more than two billion into the country. It as analysts explain, is connected with desire of business. More and more companies leave dollar in
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