Getting rid of debt may actually make your brain work better
By Andrew Keshner Apr 3, 2019
Post From Market Watch
It doesn’t just feel good to pay off debt, it can improve how your mind works, new research suggests
Researchers studied low-income people who unexpectedly had portions of their long-running debts paid down by a charity.
A new study has a whole different take on what debt relief means.
Note: This may be a good one to copy and take to yur exchange apt...
Thank you LC
LC: Updated 2-5-19 List of Bank Perks
Good evening to my family at Open Mic and TNT Showtime. Here is an updated list of bank perks.
DISCLAIMER: Some of these bank perks will be based on the amount you are depositing or the quantity of currency you or your family group have to exchange.
I have this info will be helpful to everyone to negotiate during your bank appointment.
Thank you Judy
Restored Republic via a GCR as of April 13 2019
Compiled 13 April 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington
Below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to do their own research and decide whether or not it is valid. A Special Thank You to Martha for her untiring research, to Dale who keeps me in line and Ken who uncovers almost unlimited intel on pedophilia to help us Save the Children.
Judy Note: Zim redemption notification was expected tonight through Sat.-Sun. nights, while some claimed receipt of 800#s for currency redeemers to set apts. would be by Mon. April 15 – which was the start date for Tier 5, the general public, to exchange in banks.
Also by April 15 the count was expected to reach 90,000 sealed indictments filed against global elites in federal courts across the nation and was around the same time as the Muller Report release – which would take up the Headlines, along with a Stock Market bust – and cover up the buzz around exchange/ redemption appointments – the monies from which would bring the Stock Market back.
Tishwash: Global central banks are taking care of gold to avoid risk
Central banks and the international monetary institutions have been quick to acquire more gold as risks to the international economy increase, the continuing trade war between Washington and Beijing, and the IMF's warnings about a decline in global growth.
World Gold Council data released this week showed that central banks, especially emerging markets, bought the yellow metal last February at the highest pace since October 2018.
According to the data, central banks increased their holdings of gold by about 90 tons during the first two months of 2019, up from 56 tons in the same period of 2018. Net purchases of gold by central banks in February reached 51 tons, Metal in the current year so far to 90 tons.
Don961: What have we here !!?? .. visiting Washington are we ? ...
Samson: Finance Minister discusses with US Treasury Secretary strengthening economic relationship
12th April, 2019
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Fuad Hussein met with the US Treasury Secretary during a visit to Washington.
"In Washington, I met with US Treasury Secretary Stephen M. Menuchin, among other things, political developments in the region and ways to strengthen economic relations between Iraq and the United States," Hussein wrote on his Twitter account.
LINK - http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=16222