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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Wednesday PM 9-06-17 Part 2 of 2
chattels: @BREW Some people ask questions but do not really want an answer different from their own.
Cbar: 3 or 4 years... But had no idea it was followed this closely and quite frankly I will admit I was a skeptic until about 3 or 4 months ago. My significant other had purchased it because of some one her mom knew...
Now, I am the one with the headphones driving in the car listening and trying to understand. I've been watching the forex but... Blah blah. Who should I only be listening to. I have only been getting the dinar recaps and today decided to explore beyond...
Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Wednesday PM 9-06-17 Part 1 of 2
chattels: mike Article: "Central Bank reserves below $ 36 billion in debt and up scary numbers!" We've watched the reserves drop from $80 billion to $36 billion over the past three years, heck, we extrapolated the loss after the first year and this is roughly where we thought they would be in 2017, give or take a few billion.
Iraq is spending more than it makes, they're not adding to the reserves, they're cannabalizing it. Iraq's budget has had a $25 billion dollar deficit for the past three years, there's no ability to add to the reserves.
Authorsamoliver: De La Rue
I just came back from my bank in hopes of buying one more million of dong currency. Today, the manager and banker were gone. Only the two tellers were present, so I went up to the counter and asked if I could buy some currency. The teller told me that the tellers were no longer buying and selling foreign currency. The bankers were the only ones allowed to do so.
I asked "Why the change?" She proceeded to me that a new banking system was in place and the tellers were not trained on the new computer program. But, the bankers knew how to use this new system. So, my mind went wild. I said, "Well, I hope you have a de la rue machine placed in the bank soon as well, I have some currency and couldn't imagine doing it one at a time from a book or photo on a computer."
This is what she said and did, "Oh, we don't do it that way anymore. We just received a de la rue machine in our office almost a month ago." She also pointed at the new machine.
Here are my thoughts. This is a small town in Western, Ky of about 5,000 in population. Why would they need a de la rue machine in a small town unless they expect people with great sums of money coming in to exchange foreign currency?
It is one of those things in life that make you go hmmm