Moscow. November 3. The Central Bank has improved the forecast on capital outflow in 2015 to just over $70 billion from $85 billion, said the Chairman of the Bank of Russia Elvira Nabiullina, speaking in the state Duma.
In year 2016-2017, according to her, the outflow will be at the level of $60 billion a year.
As reported, the Bank of Russia in the third quarter recorded an inflow of capital in Russia at the level of $5.3 billion in total during 9 months of net outflow of capital from the country amounted to $45 billion.
Foreign exchange reserves of the Central Bank in the baseline scenario of the forecast 2016-2018 remain unchanged, Nabiullina also said. In 2015, according to the Central Bank, reserves to decrease slightly by $8 billion the Forecast for 2016-2018, assumes oil prices of $50 per barrel three years.