DAZ: I STICK WITH THE BASICS....THE DINAR IS REAL, IRAQ IS REAL AND HISTORY AND LOGIC DICTATES THE RV IS REAL. WE POSITION OURSELVES AND DIVERSIFY AS BEST WE CAN WITH WHAT WE HAVE AND MOVE FORWARD
RPMOORE1086: Anyone ever experienced this bank drama?
I was in Well Fargo on the east coast transacting some business when i just casually asked the bank representative to give the rates for the following currencies we are waiting for to be revalued.
Immediately I was told that the IQD and Zim were not currencies that the bank deals with however, the Dong and Indonesian were accepted for exchange. Being taken in the back office, the representative was very nice and showed me the rate for the Dong as .47 (on the screen) and I said I wanted to exchange what I had.
She asked how much did I have and and I gave her the amount. She said she had never done a currency exchange before so she would have to call and get instructions.
She kept me in the office as she called the person(s) and by that time 45 minutes had lapsed. By the time she was ready to handle my exchange the screen before my eyes changed from .47 to 0.000047.
She said she could still do the exchange but at the rate on the screen showing the current rate of 0.000047.
My thought is that there is some computer tampering and/or manipulation on the screen by persons not seen. One person can come into the bank and see one thing and if you are not the right individual it says something else.
We need to be careful and mindful of deliberate delays to wait for manipulations because one might not be the right individual to do business before the open RV.
Ponder This...: If we do 3 calls per week and on any given day we have over 20k people on the call. When does We Are The People realize that there is power in numbers in that we have been told that a select few have already exchanged and that we are not the issue
When Do We Get In The Game?
Topic: Never give up, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn. Harriet Beecher Stowe
G T June 11, 2015 at 12:00pm
IMF quits Greek talks; EU tells Tsipras: stop gambling
By Anna Yukhananov and Renee Maltezou
WASHINGTON/BRUSSELS | Thu Jun 11, 2015 11:19am EDT
WASHINGTON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund dramatically raised the stakes in Greece's stalled debt talks on Thursday, announcing that its delegation had broken off negotiations in Brussels and flown home because of major differences with Athens.
The surprise IMF announcement came as the European Union told leftist Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras bluntly to stop gambling with his cash-strapped country's future and take crucial decisions needed to avert a devastating default.
A Greek source told Reuters that the entire Greek delegation that had been negotiating a cash-for-reform deal had left Brussels for home on Thursday, citing outstanding disagreements.
"There are major differences between us in most key areas," IMF spokesman Gerry Rice told reporters in Washington. "There has been no progress in narrowing these differences recently and thus we are well away from an agreement."
Greece needs a deal to unlock aid before the end of the month when it is otherwise set to default on a 1.6 billion euro ($1.80 billion) repayment to the Washington-based IMF.
That could trigger capital controls and possibly send Greece hurtling toward an exit from the euro zone, with unpredictable consequences for financial markets and the European economy.
Rice said the key sticking points remained pensions, taxes and financing. The IMF technical team had returned to the United States but remained "fully engaged" with Athens.
European stocks fell after the IMF comments.
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Stevep99: So would this be a reference to the final "basket" of laws that we await to be exposed to Iraqis and us as well when a change in value occurs to the IQD?
Most importantly to me are the references to the oil and gas law!!
Walkingstick » June 11th, 2015, 7:51 am
Ghadban: government is preparing a package economic laws
Author: Publisher on:June 11, 2015In:
BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - Chairman of the advisers in the prime minister Thamer Ghadhban said the government is prepared to pack a private domain-oil economic laws.
He said Ghadhban's (IMN) "The Commission, under my leadership were also preparing drafts of oil and gas laws, and the Ministry of Oil, and the oil company and the national, and investment in refineries, and financial resources, and the import and sale of petroleum products."
Ghadban said that "This package of important laws need time to complete the preparation."
And provided a close political agreement between participating in the government blocks on the government's commitment to political blocs - and within the established limits - consolidating the foundations of national unity inspire the spirit of civil peace to move forward a draft national reconciliation, and complete the requirements for a law of amnesty, and to bring accountability and justice law to justice, as well as law oil and gas and the law of parties.
Since the adoption of the Iraqi constitution, such as oil and gas law, the most prominent outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil, the former parliament has not been able to find current and agree on a common formula for the oil and gas law.
From: Haider al-Tamimi, editor: Mushtaq Feeli
NO KA OI » June 11th, 2015, 9:55 am
Opinion: Get ready for a 4,000-point Dow drop
Published: June 10, 2015 6:01 a.m. ET
Love these articles as contrary indicators. Stock market should bottom on 6/15/15 and go to historic highs.Would not be surprised if NASDAQ hits or exceeds 2000 highs. This stock market run should last till 9/25/15. HOPEFULLY WE SEE DOW 20,000 BY THEN.
Walkingstick » June 11th, 2015, 9:43 am
Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister calling for adjusting exchange policy
Baghdad INA / Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister called on the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, to adjust the exchange rate by the central bank.
Saleh said in a statement to the agency, "the Iraqi news," said the central bank sells foreign currency (dollar) at a low price - 1,166 dinars to the dollar Aluahd- generating liquidity is weak, calling to adjust the exchange rate policy in line with the market price "to get rid of the contradiction between the bank rate local market. "
Saleh added that "the launch of the sale of foreign currencies exchange rates prematurely signal is incorrect and that the bank deals with the reality and the vagaries of the market."
jdtolle » June 11th, 2015, Empty pursuits
There are plenty of things you can do to keep busy, to keep yourself feeling like you are doing something. Yet what you’re really after is not just the feeling of doing something, but the experience of doing something that matters.
Busy work is enticing because it doesn’t ask much of you and doesn’t force you to make any real decisions. Yet the desire to be busy will not be fully satisfied by busy work.
What you have is a desire to do something significant, that makes a difference. It is a desire to express your purpose through your efforts.
If you’re spending a lot of time doing busy work that’s mostly empty, you have an opportunity. You can decide to let go of some of that busy work, and suddenly you have time to do some truly magnificent and meaningful things.
When it seems there’s no time for doing what will make a real difference in the world, the problem is not a lack of time. The problem is filling too much of that time with empty pursuits.
Instead of merely appearing busy, fill your moments with purposeful actions. And know how great it feels to be making meaningful progress.
Ralph Marston Wishing All a safe and blessed day JDT
P.S. There's only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's your own self. -- Aldous Huxley