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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Thursday  7-5-18  

Whitelions     CBI signs MoU with Yunin B International International

The Iraqi Central Bank, represented by His Excellency Mr. Ali Mohsen Ismail, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Yunin International International to contribute to the development of intelligent payment technologies and electronic payment services in Iraq.

Yunin B is one of the largest companies in China and most Asian countries in this field, in addition to being the third largest international company to issue and collect cards,

This agreement came in light of the strategy of the Central Bank to develop electronic payment services and open the horizons of work and competition for international companies to contribute actively in the implementation of current and future plans for the electronic payment sector as well as the development of this sector and the transfer of expertise owned by this company to the Iraqi market, Smoothly and smoothly through cards to boost trade between Iraq and China as well as various domestic and international remittance services

By Jeff Desjardins

The World’s Most Famous Case of Deflation (1 of 2)

The Money Project is an ongoing collaboration between Visual Capitalist and Texas Precious Metals that seeks to use intuitive visualizations to explore the origins, nature, and use of money.

The Great Depression was the most severe economic depression ever experienced by the Western world.

It was during this troubled time that the world’s most famous case of deflation also happened. The resulting aftermath was so bad that economic policy since has been chiefly designed to prevent deflation at all costs.


JWill: The CBI could release this RV.. it just seems like they r kicking an empty can around. Dragging this currency process around. Maybe they will shock us but up till now.. I’m not impressed by them. Sigh...

RVAlready: If I were Allaq, I would push the button, and I would tell the press that, with the corrupt elements gone from the government, I am expecting the next four years to be marked by peace and progress for all of Iraq…… There is no advantage to be gained by delaying the RV, and much to be gained by doing it immediately.

Mangelo: This is so close that the meat is sliding off the bone and falling off and tried to get back on and just keeps sliding off....... so be ready... Do you ever step back and sit down and just think what it would be like when this happens....... you can't help yourself not to smile....

On The Importance Of Putting First Things First
By J.D. Roth  January 2018

Holy cats! That was an interesting 72 hours.

For the past three days, I’ve been fighting a terrible cold. Or maybe the flu. I’m not sure which. It hasn’t been fun.

On Sunday, while I was in Florida attending an early-retirement retreat, I woke with crap in my lungs. All day, I was coughing and sneezing and hacking. I still felt relatively strong, though, so I made sure to get in my four-mile training run. (I made two goals involving running this year: I want to run at least one mile every day and I want to run a half marathon at the end of March.)

On Monday morning, I felt worse. Still, I rolled out of bed and tromped the one mile I had scheduled for myself. It was a l-o-n-g mile, let me tell you. I was wheezing and gasping the entire ten minutes.