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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Sunday 11-05-17
xyz: The early bird gets the worm. The early worm... gets eaten. [Norman Ralph Augustine]
xyz: All the people like us are we, and everyone else is They. [Rudyard Kipling]
xyz: Central Bank: The currency outside the banks amounted to more than 40 trillion dinars
The Central Bank of Iraq, the currency outside the banks amounted to more than 40 trillion dinars.
A simulation of the dinar exchange rate linked to a basket of currencies
The weights are:
First: 65% of the dollar; 20% of the euro; and the rest of the currencies 5% each.
Second: 60% for the dollar; 20% for the euro; 10% for the sterling; and 5% for the Swiss and Japanese.
Third: 50% to the dollar; 25% to the euro; 10% to the pound; 5.7% to the Swiss and Japanese.
SO DOES THIS EQUAL/EXCHANGE RATE
Frank26: FINALLY !!! !!! !!!
Elmerf123456: Last Flag to raise. Last town to liberate has been achieved. ISIS strongholds over. Only one more thing to raise. Can you guess? Ahh I knew you could. No more excuses. Security … Stability … Unification (close enough)… Bring the Bacon Baby!
Annie68: Everything but the word from Abadi!
Elmerf123456: Homework assignment: go back and review all the articles in the last 30 days regarding Alak, CBI, Banking, Abadi, and of course the end of ISIS. Now look up the meaning of you don’t know “Foreshadowing “. The pieces are all there IMO…..
Dallred123: I think we need Abadi to hurry back and have an official press conference
Elmerf123456: IMO there will be no “Official announcement of an RV. It will just appear on Forex”
Dallred123: Agree Elmer I mean that Iraq is liberated
Elmerf123456: Agreed dallred...that’s sort of happening as we speak.
Samson: Global economic recovery is an opportunity for the world
5th November, 2017
The global recovery is continuing and is moving faster. The picture is much different than at the beginning of last year, when the global economy was facing faltering growth and suffering from financial market turmoil.
We are now witnessing a rapid and accelerating recovery that is driving the economies of Europe, China, Japan and the United States, as well as emerging Asia.
Thus, the latest World Economic Outlook raised its global growth forecast to 3.6% this year and 3.7% for the next year - 0.1 percentage points higher in both cases than in previous forecasts, well above the global growth rate of 2016, which was 3.2% Marking the lowest level since the global financial crisis.