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Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of Nov. 22 2017

Compiled 12:01 am EDT 22 Nov. 2017 by Judy Byington

A. Nov. 21 2017 The Big Call, Bruce: 712-770-4016 pin123456#

1. We are underway with the RV Release and the GCR was going through the system.

2. Of the Tier 2 banks, 119 of them had to train their people on the GCR. Yesterday Nov. 20there were 42 Tier 2 banks which were not yet ready and were given until 5 pm yesterday Nov. 20 to be compliant. They all met that deadline.

3. Last night Nov. 20 the banks completed a bank reset (of currency rates on bank screens).

4. Iraq had an official rate on the Dinar last Thurs. Nov. 16 and that rate was presently still being traded upward.

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DA Member News & Comments 11-22-17

​Kaperoni Moderator      Iraq Dinar, Iraqi Banks, Iraqi Stock Exchange (ISX) News > Organization of an international financial conference next month in Baghdad

22/11/2017 0:00 BAGHDAD / morning Preparations are underway for the organization of the conference and exhibition dedicated global affairs, investment banking and financial services in Iraq. Chairman of the Organizing Committee Ahmed Jader said:

"The conference under the auspices of the Central Bank of Iraq, organized by the Frontier Aksjing International Company in Baghdad for a period of 2 - December next first 3," pointing out that "the organization of this conference in Baghdad came upon requests economists and money in various stretched thin especially in the Middle East and North Africa. "


Bruce:   Welcome Everybody to the Big Call tonight.  Here we are Thanksgiving week, Tonight being Tuesday and I want to give the best Intel I have going into the Thanksgiving time which is Thursday. 

​I just want you to know we have had Intel that has come in this afternoon and even this evening to tell us kind of what is going on and where we are. Even this morning we used the term “release”, “getting it started”, and “it's going”, that terminology. We believe we are essentially underway in the point of view of the release getting this thing to go thru the system which takes a while for it to happen. It does take a while. It is not just a push of a button. There is a lot to it.  It is much more complicated than we thought. 
Bruce:  What we were getting even last night is remember we were talking about Tier 2 banks last time and how Tier 2 Banks need to get ready? We had 119 different companies of Tier 2 banks that needed to be trained and up to speed before this thing was supposedly going to be let go. 

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