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Dinar Updates Tuesday Late AM Chat 12-6-16 Part 1 of 2
SRW says():Wow.. Great call last nite.. Thanks Hutch, Rcookie, Mr. White and Daytrader.. Knocked it out of the park last night.. Thankyou...
futuremoney says):I just listened to the call from last night, and I have to say, I am floored !! I am so thankful to be on this site, the knowledge given to me by all the researchers, BGG , Rcookie Hutch , Daytrader, Mr White and others is overwhelming!!! Thanks to all who help here on chat as well ! I am so excited right now !! RV!!!!!!!
SRW says to futuremoney():(y)
larrykn says():GM everyone, Great call last night ty guys great job :)
futuremoney says():Im actually thinking of buying more currency...:)
jeffjane says to futuremoney():Talking about buying more currency, has anyone heard any more on Sterling?
clay says():jjon I did about a week ago
futuremoney says to jeffjane():still shut down
jeffjane says to futuremoney():I wonder if there is any court date set?
futuremoney says():I just went to look at currency. I noticed that they no longer offer un-circulated currency , only circulated. Hmmmm, they seem to be running out of currency..
clay says to futuremoney():whats a mil go for these days
clay says to futuremoney():havent bought since DC went out
Hunter says to clay():950.00-980.00
clay says to Hunter():wow went down since I bought used to be around 1100
futuremoney says to clay():it ealued , remember..
futuremoney says to clay():devalued
loop says to clay():COD order for 1M runs 1010.00
loop says to clay():that's for 25K notes
loop says to clay():50K notes cost more
loop says():Central announced to start the exchange of credit information "electronically" old ways instead of system
06/12/2016 (Independent) .... The central bank announced the start exchange of credit information system "electronically", stressing that the implementation of the new system will contribute to the departure of the old way of relying on paper correspondence dealing with banks.
The bank said in a statement Talga (Independent) said Tuesday that "work has already started the exchange of credit information electronically system," noting that "it allows the government and private banks to share credit information with each other on the one hand and between them and the central bank on the other hand, and in a way fast, reliable ".
The bank added that "the implementation of the new system will contribute to the departure of the old way of relying on paper correspondence with which the banks will also help those banks and their customers both in the credit risk assessment and make sound and quick decisions in the granting of loans and evaluate the payment and clearing by knowing the credit history of the customer operations ".(End)
clay says to loop):got ya thanks and GM :)
loop says():Here's some catnip..
loop says():The inhabitants of Babylon: Nouri al-Maliki seeks sensational remarks to thwart government Abadi
By Roudao Roudao - Babel called on residents of the city of Hilla (Babil province , center) , Vice President of the Republic to refrain from raising his comments aimed to derail the government of Haider al - Abadi.
One resident said the network Roudao media, "It is the reason behind the fall of Mosul," Nuri al - Maliki ruled Iraq for eight years , and his presence has happened the fall of Mosul, also wonder what is the reason for raising the issue of the replacement of Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi? ".
In another citizen he said that" modern - Maliki did not not in his time, and I think that the current situation is not suitable for the escalation of the conflict between al - Maliki and al - Abadi. "adding , " We demand Maliki refrain from stirring controversy and the statements that aims to thwart government Abadi. "
another, speaking citizen of the city of Hilla (100 km south of Baghdad) said , " the accusation Maliki , the prime minister is rightly, as we do not want to raise question marks for many sensitive issues in the country during the rule of Nuri al - Maliki. "
Vice President of the Republic, Nuri al - Maliki, expressed concern that" the competition for control of Mosul , may create a dangerous situation even in Baghdad , "and accused Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi as" unable to face Turkey and the Kurdistan regional Government and regional ambitions, and followers of Shiite cleric Moqtada al - Sadr. "
Maliki said in an interview published by the newspaper" Wall Street Journal "America, he" does not seek to return to the receiving position Prime Minister, but Abadi "weak must be replaced as soon as the completion of the process of Mosul , " pointing out that "Iraqis want a change."
loop says():" We demand Maliki refrain from stirring controversy and the statements that aims to thwart government Abadi. "
clay says to loop():whats new lol
larrykn says to loop():he just can't stay out of it can he lol
loop says():What great is the people on the streets are essentially saying "SHUT UP".
larrykn says to loop():they are learning :)
loop says to larrykn():Hopefully they are learning to tie knots
loop says to larrykn():Nooses
larrykn says to loop():like in necktie :)
1bobby says():IBBC Announces Line-Up for Iraq Business Conference
December 6, 2016 Having had to postpone its autumn conference earlier this year, the Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) has confirmed that it has received full UAE Government approval to hold its conference on Sunday 18th December.
It has convened 20 of the top decision-makers from the Government of Iraq and key industry sectors, who will come together at the IBBC Autumn Conference in Dubai to discuss the dynamic energy and financial landscape, as well as key opportunities to be seized.
Attendees will gain insights from leading government and industry leaders, including:
H.E. Jabbar A.H. Al-Luiebi, Minister of Oil,
Iraq Marcus Antonini, Vice President and Country Chairman,
Shell Iraq Ariel Flores, GM, BP (Rumaila Operating Organisation)
Marwa Al Nasaa, Resident Representative for Iraq, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Zeeshan Sheikh, Investment Officer, International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Gavin Rennie, Global Power and Utilities Emerging Markets Leader, Ernst & Young
Dennis Flannery, Managing Director, Iraq Country Head & Representative, Citibank
The four conference sessions will focus on:
Session 1: The Iraq Oil and Gas Sector in 2016
Session 2: Opportunities in Power Generation/Electricity Supply
Session 3: Finance
Session 4: Opportunities for the Private Sector
Among the companies already signed up for the conference are:
AMEC Foster Wheeler BP China Petroleum Engineering Citibank DOME Group
Exxon EY Garda World GE Gulftainer Harlow International International Islamic Bank
Khudairy Group Marubeni Itochu Steel Olive Group Penspen Petronas Perkins+Will
PwC Restrata ROO Shell Severn Glocon Siemens SKA Solar Turbines
Stephenson Horwood Weir Group URUK Engineering
Register now if you would like to:
Find out more about the strategy of global oil and gas majors in Iraq
Understand what OPEC cuts mean for businesses in the Middle East
Learn about new opportunities in Iraq that have arisen following the IMF deal and how to get involved
Network with key industry figures, business partners and prospects
With rising oil prices, an IMF loan and increasing security, the opportunity for new business in Iraq is clear.
1bobby says():So the IMF deal plays a big part everywhere :)
1bobby says():IBBC facilitates business, trade, investment, human resources, training and transfer of technology and know-how into the Republic of Iraq, seeking to bring together Iraqi, British and international companies and public sector bodies through a joint platform identifying mutual interests and common goals.
clay says to 1bobby():now we need a reality rate :)
diagyAAAE says():Good Morning my Good People!
1bobby says to clay():All those attending are thinking the same
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