Samson: Global Economic Stability: The International Monetary Fund's Outlook
28th October, 2017
After years of dismal performance, global growth is expected to increase this year - 3.6%, and we expect this positive momentum to continue in 2018. More importantly, the economic recovery is widespread; it covers 75% of the world economy, measured by GDP
This provides a great opportunity - to secure recovery and extend it to those who have not yet reaped its benefits, as well as those excluded or excluded.
This includes more than 40 emerging and developing countries - representing about 15% of the world's population - now suffering from declining per capita income .
Compiled 12:01 am EDT 28 Oct. 2017 by Judy Byington
A. Oct. 27 2017 Update: "Success and a Bit More" - The Office of POOFness - 10.27.17
1. The bank legal department has passed our organization as compliant.
2. Our release of funds will go to the paymaster on Mon. Oct. 30.
3. A couple of hours ago I received information that the RV was underway right now.
4. They will do the Big Boys and Girls over the weekend.
5. Next week they will dive into the lower ranks.
6. This was corroborated by both high and low level intelligence.
7. All currencies were being done.
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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Late Friday Night 10-27-17
xyz: * PM dissolves * parliament and calls fresh elections
chattels: Sajad Jiyad سجاد @SajadJiyad Oct 26 Good progress by ISF near Rawa, expect to take that quickly. Qaem and Rutba soon after. Then border line north and south of Qaem
chattels: Sajad Jiyad سجاد @SajadJiyad Oct 26 Replying to @SajadJiyad My concern is the vast desert area in Anbar that Daesh still seems to be probing and able to access, may need permanent, large ISF presence
JesusLovesBaseball: Remarks of U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin at the Future Investment Initiative Conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
As prepared for delivery:
Good Afternoon. Thank you to His Royal Highness, the Crown Prince, and His Excellency, Yasser al-Rumayyan, the Managing Director of the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, for welcoming our delegation to your country.
I am pleased to be here as a follow-up to President Trump’s visit to Riyadh in May and grateful to have the opportunity to address this distinguished gathering of business leaders and policymakers. We arranged this trip so I could speak at this important conference regarding the path towards a more secure and prosperous future for Saudi Arabia and the United States.
Tobie Stanger ,Consumer Reports•October 25, 2017
The Senate's recent vote to let forced-arbitration language remain in consumer contracts with banks and other financial institutions means that consumers will continue to have limited legal options when they believe they've been harmed by companies like Wells Fargo and Equifax.
Now, as before, consumers with complaints about financial companies will in most cases be forced to settle the dispute in arbitration, an out-of-court procedure that often favors deep-pocketed companies and usually can’t be appealed.
DELTA: THE TRICKY KEY WORD....(wink) BEFORE THE END OF 2017..... NOT AT THE END OF 2017!!!
CBI directs Banks to implement SWIFT Standards
October 27, 2017 in Iraq Banking & Finance News
The Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) has directed all Iraqi banks to adopt user protection standards approved by SWIFT before the end of 2017.
(Source: Central Bank of Iraq)
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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Friday 10-27-17
blackgold: Look Iraq has more to offer than the US and most countries,they just don't serve the Powers that be any great use at the moment. When they do serve a purpose, you watch and see how fast the get recognize and on the international market.
they should have been there 4 years ago, but someone realized how much money could be made off US suckers buying currency and halted it and the gurus just jumped on the band wagon. they are in a win win situation.
txbrand: http://www.rudaw.net/arabic/business/261020172 "Iraq towards bankruptcy" ... Experts warn of a decline in reserves of cash Image Mohammed Abdul Rahman, from the decline in Iraqi reserves, while continuing to rely on the "unilateral economy", which is the export of oil. "The debt of Iraq has reached $ 120 trillion, and the fluctuation of prices," the academic Abdul Rahman told the RODAO news channel.