6:04 PM [michigander0131] you have got to like the dictator in iraq
6:06 PM [michigander0131] Financial source: the dismissal of Shabibi destroyed citizens' confidence in the central bank and banks The time on Tuesday, October 23, 1 Baghdad / Orr News A source from within the Iraqi Central Bank that the recent crisis, which hit the bank, cast a shadow on credit conditions and bank deposits and transactions and the level of customer confidence in banks which led to the civil money withdrawals by depositors after the bank liquidity eligibility.
The source pointed out that "the crisis will be reflected effects in the near future which will see the loss of some private banks, which will create financial problems affecting the molecules important local economy," explaining that the fear among depositors and clients of private banks grew with all the news published by the media, and suggests where to financial corruption and a long administrative operations of those banks with the knowledge of the Iraqi Central and coverage and the involvement of those banks in financial corruption operations by a central bank auction of dollars.
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The source pointed out that "the covert operations are to finance companies and individuals speculating currency through funds of those banks which customer deposits which are used in buying and selling at auction central," noting that "profits up large proportions than ratios that may generate benefits of deposit operations investment funds bank according roads.
source confirmed that there is a future financial crisis manipulation and people rushing day to withdraw their money from private banks, a sign is economically healthy.
6:08 PM [michigander0131] Tahrir squares - 10/23/2012 - BAGHDAD - "arenas of liberation" of Ahmed al-Lami Student coalition "rule of law", led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to work on bringing Iraqi Central Bank Governor Shabibi and "wanted by the Iraqi judiciary."
Haitham al-Jubouri The MP for the "state of law" Haitham al-Jubouri said the Foreign Ministry to do its part diplomat to re-defendants wanted to eliminate from the states who are in, stressing that the "reasons the increasing phenomenon of financial and administrative corruption, the ability of corrupt officials to escape from the Iraqi judiciary, through recourse to Other refuses to hand them over to the government. "
Jubouri said "the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in turn pressure on all countries that harbor wanted by the Iraqi judiciary, including Shabibi, which has become a modern time, in addition to that there will be real cooperation with the International Court of Justice to catch these people."
It is known that the jurisdiction "of the International Court of Justice" is to settle disputes between nations
6:08 PM [michigander0131] so malliki is reaching out to have shabbs returned by force to iraq
6:08 PM [waynoiam1] michigander0131 whats up
6:08 PM [guardian] michigander0131 do you think that will happen
6:09 PM [michigander0131] Updated Tuesday, October 23, 2012 11:05 am TWN, By Prashant Rao, AFP BAGHDAD -- The targeting of Iraq's well-respected central bank chief appears to be a move by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to consolidate power and sends a bad message to international investors, experts and diplomats say.
Sinan al-Shabibi was last week replaced as governor of the Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) while he was overseas, and arrest by Coupon Companion">warrants have since been issued for him and other bank officials over allegations of currency manipulation.
6:09 PM [michigander0131] waynoiam1 hello
6:10 PM [michigander0131] guardian no sure im thinking that the us and other countrys will protect him they are now coming out in droves to protest malliki and his move on cbi
6:11 PM [guardian] michigander0131 I would hope so. I have not been around much lately so have not seen everything, but I thought a judge recended the arrest warrent for Shabibi
6:11 PM [michigander0131] Strategic objective required to change its currency is to raise the value of October 22, 2012, The question is that the strategic objective of the decision makers is to restore the value of the Iraqi dinar to normal, which was equal to three dollars or Iraqi dinar will remain in its infancy at its current value?
How long does it take and financial shocks to achieve that goal? Does money men can and economy make up for the loss suffered by the financial community as a result of the change at the time and how? We hope the power of our currency and our economy, and Jaza God working in this sector is good
6:12 PM [michigander0131] guardian yes but that means absolutly nothing when malliki is the final say
6:12 PM [guardian] michigander0131 true and it looks like he is truly on his way to becoming a dictator too
6:13 PM [Rebel13] hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm might be time for him to be outed
6:13 PM [michigander0131] guardian hes already there
6:13 PM [guardian] michigander0131 yes, I agree--just not official yet
6:13 PM [waynoiam1] we just need someone to change the rate! Wasn't he appointed by the US?
6:14 PM [guardian] waynoiam1 yep. I vote you go over there and see if you can get the job done
6:14 PM [guardian] waynoiam1 no, he wasn't appointed by the US. He lost the election but got the judges to makes some rules in his favor to steal the position
6:14 PM [waynoiam1] need some serious security
6:15 PM [michigander0131] Obama administration rejects a new request to the Iraqi government on the cessation of the activities of oil company Exxon Mobil U.S. in the Kurdistan region of Iraq October 23, 2012 BAGHDAD - Eastern October 23: Administration has refused U.S. President Barack Obama a new request made by the Iraqi government on the cessation of the activities of the company "Exxon Mobil" U.S. oil in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
U.S. official said to Reuters, the Obama administration reaffirmed the Iraqi government that it can not be to interfere in this matter because it relates to the independence and freedom of Exxon Mobil and other oil companies in the United States, as they can not push too much on Exxon Mobil because decisions of this company take on the interests of its shareholders. justified the Iraqi government request halt Exxon Mobil Iraq's Kurdistan region
6:15 PM [guardian] well, I am going back to work before the witch catches me playing. Talk to you all later
6:15 PM [michigander0131] guardian yes exactly
6:17 PM [michigander0131] UN envoy to Iraq Martin Kobler expresses concern of the international organization and concerns of the actions taken against the Central Bank of Iraq, which may affect the independence October 23, 2012 BAGHDAD - Eastern October 23: through UN special envoy to Iraq, "Martin Kobler" concern the United Nations and the fears of the measures taken against the Iraqi Central Bank, which could affect the independence as a planning monetary policy in the country. Said Kuebler in a statement to the Oriental News , said the United Nations is closely monitoring and through its mission in Iraq, the actions taken against the Central Bank of Iraq, stressing the necessity of maintaining the independence of this body and all independent bodies in the country and the most important of the Iraqi Electoral Commission and the Human Rights Commission
6:17 PM [michigander0131] so here the UN is starting to way in on mallikis move to take over cbi
6:19 PM [waynoiam1] would be nice to really know who or what is holding back the RV
6:20 PM [michigander0131] waynoiam1 WELL IMO its all in iraqs hands and have always believed that//absolutly nothing to show me any different
6:21 PM [Cjswest] Thanks michogander0131
6:21 PM [waynoiam1] Well who is Iraq and who makes that call
6:22 PM [michigander0131] well shabbs but now who knows ] imf un and world bank all have said go ahead and do it /but he wouldnt because of malliki IMO
6:22 PM [Cjswest] Did you hear fedresv taken over by ust?
6:22 PM [garyfla99] michigander0131 thank you for the posts
6:23 PM [michigander0131] Cjswest no where is that article
6:23 PM [michigander0131] you are all welcome just all my opinion on what i have researched for 2 and half years
6:24 PM [Cjswest] was a conf call. Tman on recaps
6:24 PM [michigander0131] Cjswest oh neaver mind
6:25 PM [Cjswest] maybe is on way
6:26 PM [Cjswest] gary
6:26 PM [michigander0131] i dought it /
6:28 PM [michigander0131] 10/15/2012 (Reuters) -15/10/2012 Director-General warned of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde, yesterday, the risk of getting "excessive growth" threatens the emerging economies, because of the work being done by central banks in the United States or Europe to combat the debt crisis raises concern several countries, including Brazil.
This comes at a time when said Nemat Shafik, Deputy Director General of the IMF, that the next six months will be crucial to the governments take action. The Fund has developed a list of what should be done to Member States and the same over the next six months--
6:28 PM [Cjswest] so any tk juice?
6:28 PM [michigander0131] this is a great article to read /tells what and what they can not do to currencys and countrys
6:29 PM [Cjswest] Looking good
6:30 PM [michigander0131] Germany will hold elections next year while the United States will see the presidential elections and changes will take place in the Chinese leadership - occur once every ten years - after weeks. The European Parliament elections will be held in June 2014.
6:33 PM [michigander0131] yes ive got to hit it also /take care get family/
6:35 PM [garyfla99] michigander0131 bye thks again