Places to buy used winter clothes in Moscow or St Petersburg?

2021.12.06 09:17 Flashy-Security-3490 Places to buy used winter clothes in Moscow or St Petersburg?

Hi guys I'm moving for study to Moscow and winter clothes in my country are pretty expensive, so, im looking shops in the city to buy some winter clothes when I arrive to the city (I got a few clothes, but I'm looking to get more to be prepared for the Russian winter 🥶🥶🥶)
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2021.12.06 09:17 xavierwest888 On the ongoing saga of banks fucking with the little guys and why we need crypto: Barclays monthly rewards fee changing from £4 per month to £5 and the rewards dropping from £7 to £5, THEY WILL LITTERALLY BE GIVING ME £0 PER MONTH AND CALLING IT A REWARD

Title sort says it all, Barclays been reducing their loyalty rewards programme over the recent years with the last year being a net profit of a tiny £3 per month if you do all your banking with them.
Not exactly a retirement plan but I'll take free money when I can get it and it kinda makes up for their 0% interest I'm getting on my main account (which I keep as little in as I can anyway but that's not the point).
However, these new changes will mean that I would have to do all my banking with them to NOT BE CHARGED! And they have the cheek to call that a 'reward programme'.
Now I'm not particularly an 'anti-banker' person, I believe that in the UK they are mostly decent. I get all my paychecks deposited and get to do all my banking fee free and near instantaneous. However, Barclays and other banks turn over ridiculous amount of profit without giving back even the smallest amount to the customers. I'm not asking for some crazy 10% return on my bank account but at least give us a few quids as a thank you you tight fisted bastards!
Even with the market in mid crash right now I still think of crypto as a more fair and better banking service than Barclays is turning itself into!
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2021.12.06 09:17 s3zle My girlfriend is I has sex with her and also I have 17 friends and also I made $20k with Bitcoin

I'm M having a pretty good day
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2021.12.06 09:17 bamaboytroy Mel Kiper, Jr. referred to Bryce Young this morning on ESPNU Radio as the “guaranteed” No. 1 pick in the 2023 NFL draft.

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2021.12.06 09:17 belleivresse Monday morning mood

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2021.12.06 09:17 Top_Location AMC and GME hodlers after the MOASS

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2021.12.06 09:17 runningman299 Maxing out percentage at 0%

Hey guys
So I’ve applied figures to words. This then add up and are taken from a total to give me a percentage score but I can’t work out how to limit the percentage to not go into negative figures.
Ie a detriment will take off all 110 points but if I also apply a high (20), it will go into negative figures and give me a negative % score which I don’t want. I would like to it to max out at 0%
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2021.12.06 09:17 Time235236 What are some things that humans can do better on?

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2021.12.06 09:17 PedroDrake10 Scotters and Hobbes

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2021.12.06 09:17 Illustrious-Gap282 Did wellbutrin help your tiredness and sleepiness during the day while on lexapro?

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2021.12.06 09:17 Top_Location Ankr token 4€ free in Coinbase

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2021.12.06 09:17 Slight_Peanut_6930 Where would they be now if they were alive/not in prison?

I wonder what kind of lives they would live if nothing had happened back then. I think Travis would’ve succeeded in the MLM universe and might have become some sort of entrepreneur. He probably would’ve stopped writing his blog but rather started a youtube channel with motivational stuff and maybe even written some “get rich with the right mindset” book. I think he would have married, but still cheated nontheless. And Jodi… either she found some guy who put up with her and gave her the life she wanted, or still was Travis sidechick.
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2021.12.06 09:17 NewsElfForEnterprise Njoro Wa Uba Warns Kenyans Against Dealing with Facebook Account Impersonating Him: "Be Warned"

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2021.12.06 09:17 WireDog88 Rogues Are on the March Around the World. Iran and Russia give every sign they don’t take President Biden seriously.

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2021.12.06 09:17 jparker40 Factory help

Hey guys I’m a relatively new player, and I just want to know where I should start with a factory, best location, how to create one etc. if someone could help me out, I would really appreciate it
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2021.12.06 09:17 timothymcfly what do you guys think of the fact Ronnie Coleman did 2 hours in the morning of treadmill and 2 hours again at night?

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2021.12.06 09:17 atlienk How do I mix up content for Daily Drive?

My Daily Driveis set to play from at least a dozen different shows. However, it only seems to play from the same 2-4 shows. I don’t want to remove the shows that are currently playing, but I can’t determine a way to add more variety. Is there something I can do to mix things up?
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2021.12.06 09:17 paranormales Is it possible to purchase Pixel 6 Pro in Austria now?

I live in Slovakia and it is not possible to order via Google channels directly. Closest option for me would be Austria and most likely MediaMarkt. Is it possible to buy in some store in Vienna? Anyone knows? Thank you.
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2021.12.06 09:17 Lego_Lando QC Yeezy 500 Color Blush

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2021.12.06 09:17 Applesinchen I asked my nailtech for something subtle yet wintery. I thinking they're the prettiest nails I've ever had and I'm OBSESSED with the glitter!!

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2021.12.06 09:17 thehighdon Should I invest in both $VOO and $VTI? or should I choose one and mainly focus on DCA’ing in that one? (If I should only choose one and not both can you explain why? *New to investing) Using M1 finance

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2021.12.06 09:17 NPRjunkieDC Tesla Financial Complex: on any trading day TSLA is bigger than AMZ + SP500!

The rally in Tesla Inc.’s shares has lifted the overall stock market value of Elon Musk’s electric carmaker to around US$1.1 trillion, making it one of the most valuable companies in the world. This year alone, it has added almost US$475 billion in market capitalization, equal to a Procter & Gamble Co., a JPMorgan Chase & Co. or two McDonald’s Corps.
However, the real importance and wider footprint of what might be called the “Tesla-financial complex” far outstrips the company’s market capitalization. This is thanks to a vast, tangled web of dependent investment vehicles, corporate emulators and an enormous associated derivatives market of unparalleled breadth, depth and hyperactivity.
Combined, these factors mean Tesla’s influence over the ebb and flow of the stock market is far greater than even its size would imply. It may even be historically unrivalled in its wider impact, some analysts say.
“We don’t really have the language to describe Tesla any more,” Michael Green, chief strategist at Simplify Asset Management Inc., said. “It’s like explaining to a person in a two-dimensional world the concept of ‘up.'”
The Tesla-financial complex is a phenomenon many investors — whether passive index funds, traditional mutual funds, hedge funds or ordinary retail investors — have no choice, but to contend with, given the idiosyncratic force it now exerts over the stock market.
“It stands out like a sore thumb,” Dean Curnutt, chief executive of Macro Risk Advisors LLC, said. “It’s something you’ve got to pay a lot of attention to.”
One of Tesla’s oddest quirks is the fuel that has helped power its rocketing stock market value. Although its stock is wildly popular with many ordinary retail investors, the swelling size and hyperactivity of Tesla “options” — popular derivatives contracts that allow investors to bet both on and against a stock and magnify any gains and losses — has also flabbergasted many market veterans.
The nominal trading value of Tesla options has averaged US$241 billion a day in recent weeks, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. That compares with US$138 billion a day for Inc., the second most active single-stock option market, and US$112 billion a day for the rest of the S&P 500 index combined. This makes Tesla’s stock more prone to whipsaw movements, because of the “leverage” inherent in using options to trade.
“The Tesla options volume has always been outsized, but it is now huge,” said Michael Golding, the U.S. head of trading at Optiver, a firm active in the options market. “Tesla almost represents a generation. It’s come to represent innovation, at a time when option trading has taken off.”
The Tesla options market — more than 60 times as active as the entire FTSE 100 options market, and almost seven times greater than Euro Stoxx 50 options — has helped push U.S. option trading volumes above actual stock trading volumes this year.
Tesla accounts for a big chunk of that aberration. In November, options trading was 50 per cent higher than stock trading in nominal terms, and without Tesla and Amazon, it would have been 20 per cent lower, according to Goldman Sachs. “The combination of a high market cap and extraordinary option activity make Tesla a critical driver,” the investment bank said in a note.
Golding estimates the combined trading activity in U.S. equity options has historically been between 10 and 20 times larger than activity in the biggest individual equity options market. However, there have been days recently where Tesla’s option trading activity has been five-to-six times the rest of the S&P 500 options ecosystem combined. “The size of the Tesla options market is absolutely enormous,” he said.
The value of options depend on what the underlying shares do, but due to their complex mechanics analysts say the option tail can occasionally wag the equity dog if there is enough activity in them, and even bleed into the broader stock market — adding to its churn and making it harder to navigate for many investors.
Curnutt points out it is unprecedented to have such a huge stock that is also so volatile, and moves to the beat of its own drum. For example, the swelling heft of Tesla’s stock and options market is one of the reasons why the VIX volatility index has diverged so sharply from actual U.S. equity market volatility lately, he said.
“Tesla is its own animal,” he said. “It changes how markets price risk.”
Ordinary retail investors have been the primary power behind the Tesla options boom, but some of them have more resources to make bigger leveraged bets on Musk’s company than others.
IT billionaire Leo KoGuan recently said he had by early November accumulated almost 7.2 million shares in Tesla. They had largely been accumulated through aggressive purchases of Tesla call options — which give buyers the right to buy shares at a pre-agreed price within a certain time period — and offer a popular route to boost gains. Bloomberg previously verified the growing size of his direct equity stake and options investments, and Tesla’s investor relations head Martin Viecha in September confirmed KoGuan’s original claim. That would make him Tesla’s third-biggest individual shareholder, behind Musk and Oracle Corp. co-founder Larry Ellison, with a stake worth almost US$8 billion, and has made him a hero on Reddit forums dedicated to the carmaker and trading. “Leo KoGuan = Tesla God,” one thread declared.
"He’s trading a lot of options, we can definitely see his footprint in the market and he’s inspiring others,” Golding said. “It’s almost as if he’s waving the Tesla flag and people on Reddit see him as someone they can follow.”
Tesla’s fame and the volatility of its stock have also started to make it a component in some structured investment products, such as “auto-callables,” further enmeshing its shares into the fate of the broader financial ecosystem.
Auto-callables are complex savings vehicles — particularly popular with Asian investors — where bankers construct an attractive, bond-like fixed return by selling stock options. Historically, they have been mostly options on broad stock market indexes such as the S&P 500, Hang Seng or Nikkei, but because of falling market volatility, some bankers have started to structure them with options on choppier individual stocks. Tesla has emerged as a popular choice.
"Tesla is perceived as safe because it is big and at the technological vanguard, but it’s incredibly lucrative (for investors) to put into structured products because it is so volatile,” Green at Simplify Green said.
The frenetic rally in Tesla has also buoyed money management groups such as Cathy Wood’s Ark Investment Management LLC and Baillie Gifford, which have bet heavily on the electric carmaker.
But there is a flipside. Its gains have left a huge and growing blot on the performance of many other investors with only negligible or modest positions in Tesla relative to its big heft in their benchmarks — or “underweight” in market jargon — due to what many see as its wildly inflated valuation.
U.S. mutual funds focused on growth stocks suffered their worst bout of underperformance in at least two decades in October, largely due to the carmaker’s rally. For U.S. mutual fund managers as a whole, Tesla alone crimped their relative performance by 0.46 of a percentage point in October, according to Wells Fargo & Co. analysts, helping turn what was heading towards being a decent year into yet another mediocre one for stockpickers.
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2021.12.06 09:17 Rude-crypto Airdrop Bitpanda "BEST"

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2021.12.06 09:17 dare_buz Saudis copying city design from America and race tracks from Monaco

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2021.12.06 09:17 MrHardTruck Looking for a movie to watch with G F

Im looking something bangers for movie night. I would prefere no heavy romance movie tho since its not my cup of tea AT ALL, unless its a must watch. I suppose i could suffer a lil for her sake
For example tho, we watched mugen train (demon slayer) and we both enjoyed it A LOT and both of us were crying, sobbing and so on at the end, it was the perfect movie.
So something along these lines would be perfect, no plain romance (unless must watch) nor plain action.

Im counting on you guys!
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