whatever wrote on September 20th, 2013, 10:03 pm: WOW! Thank so much Frank, I think that, needless to say, hundreds of people calling Banco Popular would no doubt be counter-productive at this time?
Post By Frank26 » September 21st, 2013, 12:50 am • [Post 219] Of course not.
As I said in my post ...... These are rare windows that are glitches of download to many institutions around the world. It would certainly not behoove someone to call Banco.
Aloha Dreams my Beautiful KTFA Family. Because Dreams are the Blueprints to Your Future.
Aloha nui oi.... :hibye: \m/ KTFA, Frank Latest intel..... Knarf said he thought the Blue Post was cool too
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Post by kaykay3 » September 21st, 2013, 1:39 am • [Post 223] Frank do u think this debt ceiling coming up in about 10 days Oct.1st plays into this time frame? Thanks so much for everything
Post By another mailman » September 21st, 2013, 7:57 am • [Post 232] kaykay3, I have been thinking the same thing. I think you're right! :hibye: On another note, I remember reading an article in regards to Iraq on September 10th. It said that the Iraqi's would be receiving their Ration Card amount within 15 days. I think it is supposed to be 25k dinar per family. :biggrin: Qi Cards!
Post by Frank26 » September 21st, 2013, 11:14 am • [Post 274] Kaykay3, All the slices of bread we study with You on Your CCs add up to Good Whole Wheat or ...
A Good Whole picture of their monetary reform. Too many coincidences .....
Too many layers of encouraging news right now.
Stay in constant prayer. KTFA, Frank
mcdan wrote on September 21st, 2013, 1:12 am: Frank Dinar Le might call to see if He is Driving tomorrow or not.
Post By Frank26 » September 21st, 2013, 11:07 am • [Post 269] WOW........... You talk of the cab driver I defended on Nov 1st 2008 that brought me into the internet world ......... With a purpose.
I think he was called LLDinary or something like that. He drove CBI members to their meetings at the UN back then. Wow ..... Thanks for the memories... :hibye: KTFA, Frank
GatekeeperatHope wrote on September 21st, 2013, 9:13 am: Oh, how I enjoy seeing those blue posts!!! Some people learn by hearing. Some people learn by seeing. I really "get it" when I have both! Thanks for the CC's and for the blue posts, Frank!!! At KTFA, we get it all!!! Blessings and prayers for all today....God's got something good for you today!!! Gatekeeper :thumbsup:
Post By Frank26 » September 21st, 2013, 11:31 am • [Post 286] It took me 3 days to have it ......... Then gave it to You....... As I pray that the internet now .... Get's it. ......... ;) KTFA, Frank........ Got Milk?......
Post by DAME » September 21st, 2013, 12:29 pm • [Post 302] Loved the BLUE Post Frank. The ISX is preparing to be on NASDEQ . With all that programming it is making the sites crazy due to all the code being driven throughout the market to prepare for this to happen. It would naturally effect the FOREX market as well do to the code flushes across the market. Just an FYI for members if they are unaware of this happening. GO BIG RED!
Stock Exchange Upgrades to NASDAQ Technology 03 July 2013. Tags: Iraqi Stock Exchange, ISX, NASDAQ
The NASDAQ OMX Group has entered an agreement with the Iraq Stock Exchange (ISX) to upgrade its current trading platform. Under the terms of the agreement, ISX will replace its existing NASDAQ OMX platform (Horizon) with one powered by the renowned X-stream technology. The upgrade is expected to be rolled out by mid-year 2014.
“We are committed to becoming one of the most innovative and groundbreaking exchanges, in the Middle East and across the world,” said Taha A. Abdulsalam, CEO, Iraq Stock Exchange. “Upgrading our trading technology and continuing our partnership with NASDAQ OMX is a clear indication to investors, regulators and other exchanges that Iraq will continue to become a financial center for more regional and global businesses.”
The upgrade to X-stream will provide ISX with a widely deployed high-end, multi-asset trading platform that complies with international standards. The migration to X-stream is a step in ISX’s ambition to become a Middle Eastern hub, able to host and facilitate other regional markets. NASDAQ OMX has delivered trading technology to ISX since 2007.
“We congratulate the Iraq Stock Exchange on their commitment to a trading platform that is certain to put them at the technology forefront of exchanges in the Middle East,” Lars Ottersgard (pictured), Senior Vice President, Market Technology, NASDAQ OMX. “The upgrade to X-stream technology will equip ISX with a sophisticated and robust trading platform that increases investor involvement both in the Middle East and internationally.”
In less than a decade, traded shares in ISX increased almost 10-fold, to more than 1.2 billion traded shares expected in 2013, while market capitalization increased more than seven times over the same period to over $12,170 billion USD in the first six months of 2013 alone.
“We are extremely proud to support ISX’s positive development and their vision to provide a well-recognized marketplace in the region,” said Michèle Carlsson, Head of Business Development, Middle East and Africa, NASDAQ OMX.
“ISX recently implemented one of the most successful IPOs in the Middle East and by upgrading to our X-stream technology, ISX will be running a resilient market place that will attract both Iraqi and international investors.” (Source: NASDAQ OMX) LINK http://www.iraq-businessnews.com/tag/isx/
Post By sillytilley » September 21st, 2013, 1:09 pm • [Post 317] Frank I have a question, when Delta was on last he said he would be seeing us in Hawaii at Thanksgiving, do you still feel this is a reachable statement? thank you muffin for all you and your team does
Post by Bartholomew » September 21st, 2013, 1:50 pm • [Post 323] Good question, Silly. Here's Delta's quote: “NO..... IT WILL HAPPEN BEFORE THANKSGIVING . WE WILL BE ALL IN HAWAII FOR THANKSGIVING.” That would be awesome, wouldn't it?
Post by seniortour » September 21st, 2013, 2:04 pm • [Post 330] Hi Frank, Does the agreement signed this last week , have anything do to with them all accepting HCL or 140? And putting this FINALLY in place? Thanks, Seniortour
Post By mcdan » September 21st, 2013, 3:34 pm • [Post 342] Frank if I may ask a question for Monday night. The recipt you spoke of , was there any info as for as Income Tax involved. Thanks anyway if this is out of line.
Post By JJONESMX » September 20th, 2013, 11:33 pm • [Post 205] IMF: Oil prices likely to drop to $65 pb 18 September 2013 07:57 AM Last update : 18 September 2013 03:25 PM .
IMF: Oil prices likely to drop to $65 pb .
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expected oil prices to range between $65 and $70 from now till 2018, which may cause a huge budget deficit in Kuwait although MPs see that this view is contrary to political reality and the increased global demand due to political conditions.
The IMF delegation warned that a budget deficit will take place after 2018. LINK
To Jnaalmizanaat and final account ': Solutions' International Monetary Kuwaiti economic imbalance
Warned a delegation from the International Monetary Fund said that Kuwait will witness a budget deficit after 2018 that did not address the matter for public expenses.
The Chairman of the Committee on budgets and final accounts Adnan Abdul Samad after a meeting of the Commission held yesterday with the Fund on the basis of the agreement between the Fund and the State of Kuwait that the meeting dealt with the diagnosis of imbalances in the Kuwaiti economy, adding that the solutions Fund and what we need is a practical mechanism to address the problem, and this did not provide , particularly because we see that the problem is in essence political, not economic.
Samad pointed out that the Commission vary with the Fund in his views on the future price of oil, where we see more than a perception. «Indicating that the Fund disagreed with us on the equilibrium price in the budget is too big for us, they calculate equilibrium price by adding investment income to the general budget of the equilibrium price of them much less of us.
Sources attending the meeting said the fund stressed that the private sector is poised to receive the national labor force.
She added that the Fund reported that it can not be of Kuwait dependence on oil to the fact that demand for oil will decline in the future, also recommended an increase infrastructure spending and rationalize spending and try to stop or reduce government support for the derivatives of petroleum, in addition to the imposition of taxes on corporate local Kuwaiti as is the case with foreign companies .
Committee met budgets and final accounts with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) yesterday, who asked to meet budgets and committees of Finance and the legislature, based on an agreement between the Fund and Kuwait.
Committee Chairman Adnan Abdul Samad said the meeting dealt diagnose imbalances in the Kuwaiti economy, and I think they did not add us something in their information, which is less than the one we have, so we agree on the diagnosis, pointing out that the solutions Fund, and what we need is a practical mechanism to address the problem, This did not provide, and we see that the problem was essentially political, not economic.
He Samad that country from 2003 to 2013 over the seven parliamentary elections and governments issue than it stages, and was on the «international» that disclose the offending real-taking element of political in the eyes of the problem and treatment, and we told them the need to take that into account, and we told them «I straightened Shadow and lute crooked?! »and the economy is under the policy, if she was made straight, straighten the economy.
The «Atuona caution and warn that after the year 2018 will receive a budget deficit, that did not address the matter in relation to public expenditure and expectations for the future of oil prices, which Astkhalsou by the analyzes, we disagree with them in perceptions about the future price of oil, they see less and we see more of perception.
Asked Samad «since 2003 to 2013 km issued a decree budget necessity? He pointed out to me that he passed seven parliamentary elections in the same period, and the 82 final account, approved by the parliament has not ratified by the Prince, and thus is still on the agenda.
He said: they disagree with us on the price balance the budget, it is too big for us, while they thought that the equilibrium price by adding investment income to the general budget, so the equilibrium price of them less than us, but we Vnstqta investment income and still fit in the ATP equilibrium price,
so Our top price is what they see and our up to one hundred dollars, we depend on the price of the main component of which oil revenues, and the equilibrium price is the price to be reached revenue to cover expenses.
On the other hand, commented Abdul Samad to a questionnaire priorities of citizens saying: that the President of the Council received a wage one in the questionnaire as a result of his diligence, and the findings of the questionnaire known,
but the president wanted to emphasize that the issue of scientific and field proven, noting that with regard to the issue of «the focus of attention »
I agree with the President of the Council to focus in each parliamentary session on a particular issue« Let housing in the next round is to solve it and see the results in the country.
He explained that the glory of the questionnaire, but did not come Track and «the success case solutions, not a diagnosis.
For his part, MP d. Abdulrahman neighbors who follow the policies of the International Monetary Fund and the Development Fund and financing of projects, he finds that the existing policies, especially after the major transformations the world has seen, can derail the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the noble goals and lofty.
He noted that the Fund's transition to the administration for the implementation of projects, the major countries, and through the encouragement to borrow from the World Bank,
with profit-taking debt and tighten their grip on national decision-making, and through the three axes, namely foreign trade and government spending and investment policy, which called on the Fund to devaluation of the national currency,
and abolish the system of control over foreign exchange, and the abolition of subsidies for goods financing, with a tax increase and distribution of goods and services, which is a constant pressure on the groups least poorer, and this is clear in Iraq, Egypt, Sudan and elsewhere. LINK