[dinar1203] flashing i must have missed something!! roflmao
[flashing] dinar1203 we still waiting but ck this: Kuwait, Iraq agree on preliminary maritime navigation law; Kuwait will soon lift UN sanctions on Iraq
flashing] OILGENRL7 just a question: why they are suddenly making the agreements they didn't do in the past? :strt: :superlachen:
[okrocks] pop the cork champagne
[dinar1203] flashing - yup saw that earlier today!! very exciting!!
[wheezer2] flashing have you seen an article about this?
clintonya] I dont think kuwait can lift UN sanctions they can suggest but lift ?
[keiji] flashing do you think these issues have already been resolved/agreed and are now being exposed for a predetermined date?
[jetpack] I'm of the opinion Iraq and Kuwait issues have been resolved and we simply waiting on powerful greedy people to release this rv
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[flashing] dinar1203 last paragraph And witnessed the relationship between Iraq and Kuwait during the past few months progress in resolving outstanding issues between the two countries, notably issuing emir ordered to stop lawsuits against Iraqi Airways after a financial settlement between the two countries, stressing that his country will soon lifting of international sanctions imposed on Iraq under Chapter VII of the Board Security Council.
[flashing] wheezer2 of course the link is : http://bit.ly/W744t9
[flashing] dinar1203 apparently stubborn gave up and is signing pending agreements :whoohoo:
[wheezer2] jetpack is this a recently formed opinion>?
[flashing] keiji could be . they need everything ready on or before monday. imo :whoohoo:
[flashing] dinar1203 i am getting ready too because i received some calls that the anytime now alert is in effect . just rumors :
flashing] If u want to see the article from the kuwait media is here: parliamentary foreign agree to a maritime agreement between Kuwait and Iraq http://www.kuna.net.kw/ArticleDetails.aspx?id=2283953&Language=ar
dinar1203] flashing - you said something about an email if i am correct. what was that about?
[flashing] i don't pay attention to the comments of other gurus. however some of my pr sources called me and said the anytime now alert is in effect . again these are rumors rumors. imo they are working hard and we will see by dec 31 or later but that s just my opinion.
[flashing] on kuwait and iraq. the problem was maliki and his greed and power struggling. he didn't want to give up on the remaining items of ch 7 such as border
[jamajacks] flashing Did he finally relent?
sananddan24] flashing any news from the meeting today on the border issues?
[flashing] jamajacks that s what i am assuming based on current articles
[flashing] sananddan24 i never said they will have a meeting today. that was said by poppy. the meeting is on Monday
[xyz] A Story About Central Banks, Currency Wars, and Politicians blogs.wsj.com/marketbeat ··· ticians/ What has been a building theme for some time, central bank intervention in the markets, is going to go into overdrive in 2013, with the brewing currency war among the major central banks as each tries to devalue its way to prosperity. But don’t blame central bankers (at least not completely). Political leaders deserve a big dollop of the blame as well.
The unappreciated spark to this currency-war trend is something noted today by Opinion page columnist Dan Henniger: “A reality has become too obvious for the world’s dazed inhabitants not to notice: The greatest threat to the upward arc of human progress is the collapse of public policy making. That is the biggest cliff of all.” In Japan, they’ve elected the seventh prime minister in six years. In Europe, they’ve raised kicking the can to an art form.
In the U.S., the fiscal cliff debate shows how deadlocked, and ineffective, the government has become. In the wake of this, central bankers are stepping into the breach http://blogs.wsj.com/marketbeat/2012/12/27/a-story-about-central-banks-currency-wars-and-politicians/
[xyz] Central Bank to Keep Monetary Policy Stable China's central bank said Thursday it will continue to implement a prudent monetary policy next year and pay close attention to potential financial risks. The People's Bank of China (PBOC) said in a statement that it will keep policies stable and make monetary policies more forward-looking, targeted and flexible. The central bank will fulfill its obligation to safeguard financial stability and strive to prevent systemic and regional financial risks, the statement said.
[xyz] ...Earlier this year, the PBOC lowered benchmark interest rates twice, as well as cut commercial banks' reserve requirement ratio, or the amount banks must put aside as reserves, to bolster the slowing economy. The government has vowed to maintain a proactive fiscal policy and prudent monetary policy in 2013, as the global economy is expected to maintain slow growth, according to a central economic work conference held earlier this month http://english.cri.cn/6826/2012/12/28/191s740718.htm