tlm724 Article: "Central Bank eliminates the Sabbath banks to meet the requests of foreign currency" Quote: "in a press release that he "considered Saturdays decided to normal working days to meet the requests of banks and foreign currency with effect from 06.20.2015."
So Saturday's will be a working day! another step in their attempt to correct the mess they are in!
AllGold: CNBC just released a atrtical the said "The time to buy EM currencies may be now.....There's a strong valuation signal
Markets may be bracing for another tantrum across emerging markets as the U.S. Federal Reserve edges closer to its first rate hike in nine years, but some players say now is the time to swoop up those countries' currencies.
"There's a valuation signal there that's quite strong," Julien Seetharamdoo, chief investment strategist at HSBC Global Asset Management, said earlier this week. "Some of those currencies should strengthen in the medium to long term," he said, noting a preference for Asian emerging markets with supportive macro fundamentals.
He's positive on South Korea's won, India's rupee and the Malaysian ringgit.
elmerF123456: So I will start by saying I'm excited. Two big laws ready to pass NGL and Amnesty. Regardless of what's been said those are so important to take care of promises made in regards to political prisoners…. And very important to Shabibi
[xyz] cut official working in the days of the holy month for an hour a day https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=ar&tl=en&u=http://www.imn.iq/news/view.69423/
Topic: Sometimes we need to remind ourselves that thankfulness is indeed a virtue. William Bennett
Intel SITREP from Deep Source(s) for June 18
(Note: This is completely raw intel from Classified sources and may or may not come to fruition. User discernment is advised. ~ Dinar Chronicles)
SITREP (Situation Report)
8:28 AM EST
Deep Source (RV/GCR):
"The Chinese have assumed control. The Admiral is no longer in the control of the situation. Fund release was scheduled last night, false intel/rumor. No reports of Cottrell fund arrival at this moment."
Deep Source (Resistance):
"Certain individuals are being reported dead, one of them includes John Kerry. According to one report, he had died in the hospital from a fatal gun shot wound. Another individual reported dead is John Rothschild as well as several elite members of the Cabal."
Note from Deep Source(s):
"Please note: Intel that is being provided from us to you is indeed accurate but completely raw and does have a tendency to not follow through. There is no denying that we are all in frustration and loss of patience. It is entirely a fact that intel being provided is real, but there are constant on-going activities that change the situation. This is agonizing but you mustn't lose hope. Nothing lasts forever."
Freedom: The central bank decides considered Saturdays unusual business days
Tuesday, June 16, 2015 14:45 Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Decided to CBI, Tuesday, considered Saturday every week normal business days, noting that it comes to meet the requests of banks foreign currency.
The bank said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of which he "decided to consider Saturdays of each week normal working days," noting that "this action will be effective in the day on Saturday the 20th of June the current."
The bank said that "the purpose behind it is to meet the requests of banks foreign currency."
The dollar price in the domestic market in front of the Iraqi dinar gradually to reach more than 1440 dinars to the dollar, compared to 1225 thousand dinars to the dollar during the month of February and 1,200 dinars to the dollar by the end of last year 2014.
And it established an independent Iraqi Central Bank as a bank under the law issued on the sixth of March 2004, as an independent body, is responsible for maintaining price stability and the implementation of monetary policy, including exchange rate policies being sessions daily for buying and selling currencies. LINK
Billuke » June 18th, 2015, 10:28 am
I don't know if this was ever posted here, but a friend of mine just sent me this link. The world is changing.
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Walkingstick » June 18th, 2015
IMF's Lagarde says 'no period of grace' for Greek debt payment
Thursday 18 June 2015 13.39
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has warned cash-strapped Greece that it will get no extra time to make a huge debt payment due at the end of the month.
"There will be no period of grace," Ms Lagarde said in Luxembourg where euro zone finance ministers are meeting when asked about the huge €1.6 billion debt payment.
"I have a term of June 30. If it's not paid by July 1, it's not paid," she said, adding: "No delay of one month or two as I heard; it's due June 30."
Greece had already bought itself time by bundling four looming IMF loan payments into one to be paid by the last day of June, becoming the first country to use such a possibility since Zambia in the 1980s.
Ms Lagarde's refusal to consider an extension adds to the pressure on Greece's government as its creditors are refusing to dole out the last tranche of its international bailout, which also expires on June 30.
She said the IMF was "fully ready to discuss" the pension system, which Greece says is a red line in its war with its creditors over their demands for painful reforms, adding that smaller pensions "must be preserved".
Following weeks of recrimination between Greece and its international lenders, both sides are no closer to an agreement that would see Greece receive over €7bn in rescue funds that would allow it to stave off a debt default this month.
The Bank of Greece yesterday took the unusual step of calling on the Greek government to reach agreement with its lenders or face what it called a painful exit from the euro.
Greece has less than two weeks to reach agreement with its creditors or else it will default on a €1.6bn debt with the International Monetary Fund and face an exit from the single currency.
The Bank of Greece described an agreement between Athens and the EU and IMF as a historical imperative.
It also issued an unprecedented warning that a default would probably lead to Greece not just leaving the single currency, but also the European Union.
However, an increasingly bad-tempered deadlock remains between both sides.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has said a breakthrough at today's meeting in Luxembourg is not likely.
Meanwhile, the ECB has slightly increased the amount of emergency funding that can be given to Greek banks.
But Bundesbank head Jens Weidmann has said, in an interview published this morning, that the ECB will not step in to save Greek banks if the political process fails.
JDTolle » June 18th, 2015, Never too much trouble
Life is best enjoyed not by sitting on the sidelines and watching, but by jumping in and taking part. Whatever you must do, it is never too much trouble.
When there is a way you can make a difference, then by all means make it. If there is something you have to offer, then offer it, with gratitude and enthusiasm.
Don’t just sit there desperately maintaining the fantasy that you’re better than everybody else. Humble yourself to being a sincere servant of life’s best possibilities and see how great it all can really be.
Stop looking for ways to avoid effort and instead start developing strategies to make each effort more effective. Feel your true greatness through the meaningful work you do.
Step back and realize again how fortunate you are to be here today, right where you are. Then step in and put that good fortune to work in new and exciting ways.
Joy awaits, so go get it and share it through your efforts as widely as you can imagine. Life awaits, so live it fully and see for yourself that it’s never too much trouble.
Ralph Marston Wishing All a safe and blessed day JDT
P.S. Expand your definition of the word love to include all things and notice how big your heart becomes.-- Panache Desai