Samson: Abdul Mahdi "comfortable" for his long stay on the head of the interior and defense .. Sadr does not mind
MilitiaMan: This is very good news.. Now that that is effectively settled imo, the next move is the rate announcement before the budget...?? hmm we shall see and possibly before they vote on Wednesday or Thursday. Gotta vote on what it is in it right? lol. ~ MM
Notes From The Field By Simon Black
January 22, 2019
Dorado, Puerto Rico
Get Ready-- They're Coming For Your Money
Every so often throughout history, the peasants grab their pitchforks and come for the elite. It happens when the wealth gap grows too extreme… when people feel like they are getting left behind, with no opportunity to advance.
Central banks around the world have printed trillions of dollars over last decade, and pushed interest rates to zero, and sometimes below. And all of that stimulus went directly into the pockets of the wealthy.
Surviving a Recession
Last Updated: November 2018
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According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, the United States entered the Great Recession in December 2007. While economists might define a recession as a reduction in a country's gross national product, individual families might be faced with extreme financial hardships, including the loss of a job.
In this article, we're going to provide some tips that can help families survive a recession. As part of that explanation, we're first going to describe what to expect during an economic downturn. By first gaining this knowledge, it will be easier to understand how to create a plan that helps ease a financial burden.
Tuesday UPDATE for January 22, 2019
Parliament met today but did not vote on the cabinet positions. They announced that it will take place at the Wednesday session, including the budget.
Completion of the cabinet positions is anticipated for Wednesday. Mahdi has filled two so far.
PM Mahdi will be hosted on Thursday at Parliament's session. [Hmmmmm, I wonder what THAT's about?] LOL
US Banks are seeing varying rates on the Zim, the Dong and the Dinar...things are looking good!