Although military operation of Russia in the Syrian Arab Republic has forced to be fidgety the part of investors and its involvement in the conflict in the middle East will not adversely affect the economy, but on the contrary, the analyst writes Kenneth Rapoza.
because more and more Europeans are tired of the punishment relative to Russia, an important partner, most of the business players are waiting for the lifting of sanctions, to be able to invest again in the Russian economy.
"Today Russia is a market, dependent on the mood of its participants, and the attitude of investors depends 1st and foremost on the situation in Ukraine, then the situation on the oil markets and then from Syria," says Rapoza, adding that transnational organizations will not cease to invest in this country because of Syria.
as a result, in this situation, Moscow is faced with the possible positive effects, such as withdrawal penalties and negative risk: the situation around oil and confrontation with Washington on the Syrian Arab Republic, which could deter investors.
"because the negative risks are manageable and in relation to a low, positive outcome of the Syrian conflict through Russian Scrivania has the potential to improve relations with the West, namely Europe, which is reeling from falling with refugees ", - says the analyst.
"We expect that Putin will behave in an adult among all these kids in the West who play with fire and not taking any decisions ", - quoted the Director of Fund Prosperity Capital Management Martin Charmoy.
"I suppose there's a chance that a Union of European States will cancel penalties in January ", - said Martin Charmoy. In his vision, it will happen regardless of attempts to put on American and British television of the Russian Federation in a negative light.
Western countries since March 2014, has repeatedly imposed punishment for Russia's position on Ukraine. On 16 September Ukraine has expanded the List of anti-Russian measures.
The list of Russian citizens and organizations that fall under punishment, - in the material of the Fins news