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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Tuesday Evening  3-28-18  Part 2 of 2
Spectra: I THINK WE MIGHT BE GOING BACK..TO THE ...GOLD.... This is beginning to look more like a reality ...H.R.5404 - To define the dollar as a fixed weight of gold.{%22search%22:[%22gold+dollar%22]}&r=1
Doug_W: .00084 grams
Doug_W: remember there are 31 grams in a troy oz
Spectra: :yes:
Dave: @Doug_W ...just waiting for silver to spike it is so undervalved

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Tuesday Evening 3-28-18  Part 1 of 2
Doug_W: BAGHDAD - The US dollar exchange rate continued to decline against the Iraqi dinar on Tuesday in Baghdad's Central Struggle and local markets. With prices at the Kifah Stock Exchange - Baghdad 120,600, while yesterday's prices were 121,000. 

Selling and buying prices in banking shops : 

The sale price of the dollar = 121,000 dinars. 

The price of buying the dollar = 120.000 dinars. Finished


St. Thomas:  Steel and Aluminum? Let’s Talk About Gold

How fiat money hurts my West Virginia constituents.

By Alex X. Mooney

March 25, 2018 3:10 p.m. ET

I believe in free trade, but I still understand why President Trump is imposing tariffs on steel, aluminum and a range of Chinese products. America’s industrial workers have suffered for a long time, and Mr. Trump is fighting to create middle-class jobs.

Achieving that will take more than righting the last administration’s wrongs on taxes and regulation, a task already well under way. Blue-collar prosperity was eroded along with American manufacturing. From 2000-10, U.S. manufacturing employment shrank by a third after holding steady for 30 years.