_Misc: tidbits from MIG and 3sintel Monday morning: Thanks to Highhopes & Shybaby from PTR Forum
[Arizonaheat] Squirrelcheeks no, there has been a long drug out process that has stoped them from doing this. It became more about global realignment that Iraq, so several negotiations were taking place. but with that being said,
the time has come for the IMF to put an end to the posturing of individuals who refuse to end this. Iraq is in default and they have been for a long time.
blimpy123] Look at IMF as your banker, would you want to make your banker mad...common sense says that Iraq WILL work with the IMF, irregardless of current loan, because they need their support long term, as every country does. This is fledgling
[Arizonaheat] The IMF doesnt want oil, they want monry. so all the oil in the world doesnt help the IMF
hawaii] lojak then why are we sitting here on a monday after all weekend of hearing that IMF already pulled the trigger on friday? Because its nonsense thats why
[hawaii] for those who want real info, the gov employees get paid thursday, it is supposed to be in "new value" currency. You will no doubt hear this repeated all day by others and claimed as their own, thats cool, as long as the true info gets circulated...I will take one for the team
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_lojak] hawaii no your are incorrect--that is not what was said ...their were threats from the IMF serious ones to the point of having the old RI rates show up on screens. However, the IMF has backed off and is allowing Iraq to RV on their own. NO BS
lojak] hawaii read my post ..I do know from what I speak sir
[Arizonaheat] DocDinarFL some of the iraqis know when they RV. a huge shift of wealth will take place and they know most of that wealth is here, they cant stand that
kdes dinar] Stocks are falling sharply minutes after the opening bell amid rising worries over Greece's ability to settle negotiations necessary to stave off a default that could deal a blow to Europe's financial system. The Dow is off 100 points, or 0.79%, and the broader S&P 500 is down 1%. Meanwhile, the euro is lower by close to 1% to $1.3089.
[Arizonaheat] Squirrelcheeks that form you gave here is standard rules and regs and things they have in play for regular currency manipulation. you seem to ignore the fact about the loans. so you have your opinion and thats fine, Mine is facts from high oficials out of our goverment
lojak] Arizonaheat I agree with heat on this one folks--they can bring enormous pressure to bear to get their way
[jknox123] I'm sorry but the IMF is not manipulating their currency, they are just RE-INSTATING their old rates before the sanctions.
averysgrampa] i think that iraq would look pretty stupid trying to take the position in opec slapped with sanctions and no tradeable currency, so im rolling with it has to be done one way or the other pretty quick, whos gonna have faith in them if this happens?