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Personal Finances Saving during Financial Crisis

Pakhomov S.B. Head of Committee for State Loans of Moscow City

Kovalenko A.V. Vice General Director of Specialised State Unitary Enterprise «Mosfinagentstvo», General Director CJSC «Garant-M»

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #11, 2009

Informational Centre of the Moscow Administration hosted a pres-conference on an urgent topic: how can the Russians avoid losing the personal savings during the financial crisis? Among the participants were Pakhomov Sergey Borisovich, Head of the Committee for State Loans of Moscow City, and Kovalenko Andrey Vladimirovich, Vice General Director of Specialised State Unitary Enterprise «Mosfinagentstvo», General Director CJSC «Garant-M». They answered numerous questions of the journalists.


On the return of gold to the financial system: Trends and driving forces

Borisovich V.T. Russian State Geological Prospecting University (MGPI-RSGPU), Moscow, Russian Federation ( vitaly.bor37@gmail.com )

Zaernyuk V.M. Russian State Geological Prospecting University (MGPI-RSGPU), Moscow, Russian Federation ( zvm4651@mail.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #3, 2018

Subject This article discusses the role of gold in the conditions of economic instability in financial markets.
Objectives The article aims to consider the possibility of gold return to the financial system on the basis of the analysis of trends and driving forces in the domestic and global gold markets.
Methods The study uses the methods of economic analysis, systems, logical, and integrated approaches.
Conclusions The interest in gold not as an investment object only is growing all over the world. Gold is gradually beginning to regain the status of a monetary metal. Instead of selling, Central Banks have started buying gold. This tendency has been being observed since 2010 till nowadays. It is supposed to keep on going in 2018. The world financial system based on the USD hegemony is coming to an end. Changes are coming, including organization of the internal gold and currency circulation.


Reintroduction of Gold into the Financial System: Trends and Drivers

Borisovich V.T. Russian State Geological Prospecting University (MGPI-RSGPU), Moscow, Russian Federation ( vitaly.bor37@gmail.com )

Zaernyuk V.M. Russian State Geological Prospecting University (MGPI-RSGPU), Moscow, Russian Federation ( zvm4651@mail.ru )

Journal: Digest Finance, #4, 2018

Subject The research is intended to examine the growing importance of gold during the economic instability in the financial markets.
Objectives The research is to study whether gold can be reintroduced into the financial system. We analyze trends and drivers in the domestic and global gold markets.
Methods The methodological underpinning comprises objective principles of a systems approach, economic analysis, logic and comprehensive approach to evaluating economic phenomena and processes.
Results Gold was found to become more popular not only from investment perspectives. Gold evidently regains the reputation of a monetary metal. Central banks sold gold from their exchange reserves until 2009. However, in 2019 they formed the demand, buying gold. The instability of the global financial system makes countries holding gold reserves abroad repatriate them.
Conclusions and Relevance Resting on the hegemony of the U.S. dollar, the global financial system perishes, paving the way to coming changes. It includes various options of the monetary circulation involving gold.


Investment potential of precious metals: The current status and prospects

Zaernyuk V.M. Russian State Geological Prospecting University (MGPI-RSGPU), Moscow, Russian Federation ( zvm4651@mail.ru )

Borisovich V.T. Russian State Geological Prospecting University (MGPI-RSGPU), Moscow, Russian Federation ( vitaly.bor37@gmail.com )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #4, 2018

Subject The paper studies the strengthening of the precious metals' role as a means of accumulation to insure income and create a gold reserve in terms of economic instability in the financial markets.
Objectives The paper aims to evaluate the investment potential, demand and supply of precious metals based on the analysis of emerging trends in the domestic and global markets.
Methods The research uses the principles of systems approach, economic analysis, logical and integrated approaches to the assessment of economic phenomena and processes.
Results There is a growing interest in precious metals as an investment. World gold holdings are increasing. The uptrend is going on in 2018.
Conclusions The global precious metals market in 2017 showed a variety of trends, but it looks better than the previous year. The demand for gold and palladium went up, affecting the growth of prices, especially palladium. Investment demand slackened in silver and platinum markets. There is a necessity of further detailed study and analysis of the issues related to the assessment of the precious metals markets' efficiency, the problem of financial bubbles, and the impact of precious metals on inflation and interest rates.


The analysis of global flows of gold: Routes, supplies – the history and nowadays

Zaernyuk V.M. Sergo Ordzhonikidze Russian State University for Geological Prospecting (MGRI), Moscow, Russian Federation ( zvm4651@mail.ru )

Borisovich V.T. Moscow, Russian Federation ( vitaly.bor37@gmail.com )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #4, 2019

Subject The study stems from a growing role of gold as an important economic and political means in the unstable economic situation.
Objectives The study investigates routes of global gold flows by analyzing the existing trends in demand and supply of gold worldwide.
Methods The methodological framework relies upon objective principles of a systems approach, provisions of economic analysis, logic and comprehensive approaches to evaluating economic phenomena and processes.
Results Gold supplies from the USSR to foreign countries were found to have started in 1953. The article indicates how much gold was sold within 1953 through 1990. Traditionally, South Africa was the leader exporting gold to Europe, supplying 74 percent of gold. Gold was transported from Europe along the same routes which had been used in 1972. Practically all supplies of gold from Europe to the Indian subcontinent still pass through Dubai, however being halved in comparison with 1972. Russia sold an insignificant amount of gold within 2012 through 2018.
Conclusions and Relevance The world sees an increasing demand for gold not only as a means of investment. In 2018 global gold reserves increased by 4 percent year-on-year. The uprising trend in the gold market continued in 2018. Central banks of the Russian Federation and Turkey became the most active purchasers of gold. Gold transportation routes will remain mainly unchanged in the short run, passing from Europe to Asia.


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