Samson: Under the title No to the adventure of our economy .. Karbali warns of linking the Iraqi dinar in currencies with the lowest value
3rd January, 2019
Under the title No to the adventure of the economy Iraq, warned the head of the parliamentary solution bloc Jamal Karbouli, on Thursday, linking the fate of the Iraqi dinar currencies lower than the value of it.
Karbouli said in a tweet on his personal site in Twitter, followed by / orbit, that he 'warns of linking the fate of the Iraqi dinar in other currencies lower than it'.
The head of the block solution, that 'this linkage will have serious consequences for our economy', while directing his speech to the responsible authorities 'No to the adventure of the Iraqi economy'.
MilitiaMan: My take away is this. Okay, he is concerned the IQD will be LINKED with other currencies, that may or do have less value. Not my problem.. As what he just said, tells me the cat is out of the bag in that they are going to be linked to other currencies internationally.
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The 10 New Year’s Resolutions That Will Guarantee Your Best Year Yet
By Erica Gordon, December 24th 2016
The best part about the New Year is that it’s a clean slate. There’s a sense of comfort in leaving the past behind, feeling encouraged to let bad habits end with 2016, and becoming motivated to make positive changes in 2017.
The reason why New Year’s resolutions can actually work, is because there’s something about a fresh start that not only drives us to be better, but reminds us that it’s possible to wipe our slate clean and change our ways.
The mentality behind “a New Year equals a fresh start” is incredibly powerful and motivating. There’s a reason why January is the busiest month of the year at your local gym. People are more likely to take action and put in effort towards achieving their goals when something external has represented a new beginning.
Samson: Vietnam to keep outperforming region: Fitch Solutions
4th January, 2019
According to Fitch Solutions, Việt Nam’s economy was buoyed by the export-oriented manufacturing sector, which benefitted from strong foreign direct investment (FDI) and global growth
Việt Nam’s economy expanded by 7.1 per cent in 2018, but its increasing openness and reliance on foreign investment suggest it is unlikely to be spared from the global growth slowdown arising from rising trade protectionism and tighter financial conditions. This conclusion was included in the economic analysis released by Fitch Solutions Macro Research on Wednesday.
According to Fitch, Việt Nam’s real gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 7.3 per cent year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2018, up from 6.8 per cent in the third quarter. This brought full-year growth for 2018 to 7.1 per cent, marking the fastest pace of expansion in 11 years.
"Banks vs. the QFS" by Ron Giles - 1.3.19
Entry Submitted by Ron Giles at 6:55 PM EST on January 3, 2019
At a Real Estate closing, the bank officer has the buyer sign a promissory note for the total amount of the sale, With the promissory note in hand, the closing officer excuses him/her-self and later comes back with a check in hand to close the transaction.
Question 1: where did the money come from?
Question 2: who authorized the release of the money?
Question 3: who is the licensed creditor and who is the real debtor?
Question 4: When they sell my promissory note who is the real owner of the money, the bank or me?
Cutebwoy: Top 5 countries opting to ditch US dollar & the reasons behind their move
The past year was full of events that inevitably split the global geopolitical space into two camps: those who still support using US currency as a universal financial tool, and those who are turning their back on the greenback.
Global tensions caused by economic sanctions and trade conflicts triggered by Washington have forced targeted countries to take a fresh look at alternative payment systems currently dominated by the US dollar.
RT has taken a deeper look into the recent phenomena of de-dollarization, summing up which countries have taken steps towards eliminating their reliance on the greenback, and the reasons behind their decision.