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Thursday UPDATE for April 4, 2019
Three names have been submitted to PM Mahdi for the Interior and Defense Minister positions by Construction and Reform
Reportedly, Iraqi TV was broadcasting the adoption of a policy opening the country regionally and internationally in all applications.
Tishwash: Announce an official holiday in this province
Local Council - Kalkamesh Press; decided the Karbala provincial council; disable the presence in the province on the ninth of April.
According to a document issued by the Karbala Provincial Council, "based on the powers vested in us under the law; and based on what was put forward at the meeting of the provincial council, which includes the memory of the martyrdom of the great thinker Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr and his upper sister appeared safe chest, which coincided the day of execution and blessing of God with the fall of his dead dictator The following: the approval of the next Tuesday, April 9, a local holiday in the holy province of Karbala on the occasion of the martyrdom of Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr and his upper-right sister, link
Harambe: CNBC: Brent crude oil hits $70 for first time since November (4/4/19)
Brent oil prices rose on Thursday, topping $70 per barrel for the first time in nearly five months, as expectations of tight global supply outweighed pressure from rising U.S. production and less robust global demand indicators.
Brent futures touched $70.03, its highest level since Nov. 12, when it last traded above $70. The international benchmark for oil prices settled 9 cents higher at $69.40 a barrel.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude settled 36 cents lower at $62.10 a barrel on Thursday. The contract dropped 12 cents in the previous session after briefly hitting $62.99, also the highest since November.
Global benchmark Brent has gained 30 percent this year, while WTI has gained 38 percent. Prices have been underpinned by tightening global supplies and signs of demand picking up.
Structure Change Coming, Players Are Being Positioned - Episode 1833a
X22 Report: Published on Apr 4, 2019
Samson: Trump: US economy strong despite the steps of the Federal "destructive"
4th April, 2019
US President Donald Trump confirmed that the US economy seems strong despite the steps "destructive" taken by the Fed that, in the latest attack on the central bank
"The economy looks very strong despite the unnecessary and destructive actions taken by the Fed," Trump wrote in a tweet through his personal profile on Twitter
"US trade deals with China, with Mexico and Canada are moving well, there is only limited inflation, and US optimism is very high," he said
Talks between the United States and China are under way to reach an agreement on trade issues that would eliminate tensions between the two sides
The USCMA is the new trade agreement that replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The three countries join the United States, Mexico and Canada
The US president said last week that Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell had made a mistake by raising interest rates, and White House economic adviser Larry Codlow said Trump wanted the central bank to cut borrowing costs
Last year, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates 4 times to 2.25% to 2.50% while turning to a cautious tone in 2019 while reducing expectations for a zero increase LINK
Tink: An American Indian grandfather was talking to his beloved grandson about his feelings:
Grandfather: I have two wolves fighting in my heart.
One wolf is the vengeful, angry, violent one.
The other wolf is the loving, compassionate one.
Grandson: Which wolf will win the fight in your heart, Grandfather?
Grandfather: The one that I feed.
We all have anger and hatred in us. It is but a matter of degree. We also all have love, beauty, and goodness in us. It is but a matter of degree.
We have choice in which of these we choose to feed and develop in ourselves.
America For Sale, Ukraine & China In The News, News Unlocks - Episode 1833b
X22 Report: Published on Apr 4, 2019
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