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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Monday Evening 10-23-17  
chattels: Tillerson tells Abadi to avoid ‘confrontation' By Rudaw 

foxmulder: @Spectra well its time to go nite nite
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – The US Secretary of State met with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Baghdad on Monday as he urged Iraq to avoid “confrontation” following a week-long military standoff between the Kurdish Peshmerga and Iraqi forces

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DA Member News Highlights & Comments 10-23-17
Kaperoni Moderator: Central Bank calls on the International Monetary Fund to intervene in the correspondent banks file Province   October 22, 2017       44
Called on the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq on the Keywords, on Sunday, the International Monetary Fund to intervene in resolving the issue of boycott some international correspondent banks with Iraqi banks, asserting Iraq's commitment to the implementation of its program with the IMF.

The 3-6-9 Guideline for Emergency Savings
By Julia Chang
We know it’s a message you’ve heard many times before, but it’s worth repeating: Maintaining an emergency savings fund is one of the pillars of a healthy money life.
Why? Think of it like the fire extinguisher you keep in your house; ideally, you’ll never need to use it—but when you actually have to, you’re so glad it’s there. 

​The same goes with an emergency fund. Sure, you  could use that money on a weekend beach getaway. But when the basement floods during a freak rainstorm, that rainy day fund can become a financial life saver.