NOVA: A Dinar Is A Dinar Is A Dinar, And Will Always Be A Dinar.
A One Dinar Note Will Always Be A One Dinar Note & A 25K Dinar Note Will Always Be 25 Thousand Dinars.
Once The Dinar Is Internationally Tradable Its Purchasing Power Will Increases In Iraq Because The Countries Revenues Will Be Accounted For In IQD.
Ask Yourself This, Why Dose The UST Print 75 Billion Worth Of Notes Every Month?
Because Of QE, Right. Well In Order For That To Work The UST Is Required To Have The Physical Notes To Back Any Electronic Accounting Of The USD.
Why Would It Be Any Different For Iraq, Or Why Would We Want It To Be Any Different?
I Want The CBI To Have All The Notes To Back Up Its Money Supply!!
Last Thing Why Are They Not Talking About The LD's?
Because There Already Printed!!! Nova
Frank26: KTFA FAMILY............ NOVA is spilling the beans for tonight's CC....... NOVA will talk after DELTA tonight..... COME LISTEN ........... Both of these Strong men are invaluable ............ Their info is priceless
DELTA » April 8th, 2014, 2:03 pm
FAMILY: NO NEED TO WORRY IT IS A VERY GOOD NEWS. YOU SHOULD BE ALL HAPPY. THE CURRENCY WILL CO EXIST FOR EVER (LIKE IN THE US) .
notthe1 » April 8th, 2014,
I see everything except the rate....Evolution.
Wednesday is the day of the Gazette. Pictures show using New Bank card, Vote card.
Maybe ... tomorrow they show RATE. IMO
OKRocks: Globex trading shut due to technical problems-CME CHICAGO, April 8
Globex trading shut due to technical problems-CME
CHICAGO, April 8 Tue Apr 8, 2014 6:59pm BST
Reuters) - CME Group said that its Globex electronic trading system was shut down on Tuesday afternoon due to technical issues.
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[OfCourse13] The head of the World Bank, Dr. Kim, and Chirstine Lagarde are going to be interviewed by Ali Velishi on his Your Money show on Aljazeera tomorrow night at 7 est. Just in case you're interested
[glonadark] Looks like the Chicago mercantile exchange just went down..... http://www.cnbc.com/id/101553298
[BigDog-OH] Banks Given Two More Years to Meet Volcker CLO Standards http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-04-07/federal-reserve-delays-volcker-clo-conformance-by-two-years.html
[BigDog-OH] U.S. Banks to Face Tougher Leverage Caps Than Competitors http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-04-08/u-s-banks-to-face-tougher-leverage-caps-than-competitors.html
[BigDog-OH] Banks Urge Basel U-Turn on Global Asset-Backed Debt Rules http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-04-07/banks-urge-basel-u-turn-on-global-asset-backed-debt-rules.html
BREAKING - G20 finance ministers to discuss IMF reform delayed by United States
Posted by Vision on April 8, 2014 at 3:01pm
Reform of the quota system of the International Monetary Fund and the situation in countries with developing economies will be on top of the agenda at meetings of the finance ministers and heads of the central banks of G20 that will be held in Washington D.C. on April 9-11.
A source in the Russian delegation told reporters that the settlement of the IMF reform issue cannot be delayed any further. "Many countries are unlikely to agree once again with the suggestions to wait a little longer to give the American partners an opportunity to decide something at their level," he said. "It’s obvious that now, taking into account the unsuccessful attempt to include the amendment in the latest bill (on IMF reform), the US administration will not have another opportunity to raise this issue earlier than November," TASS reports.
Read more: http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_04_08/G20-finance-ministers-to-discuss-IMF-reform-delayed-by-US-9534/
MUST WATCH VIDEO CCTV - IMF reform plan stalled in the United States on skepticism
Posted by Vision on April 8, 2014 at 3:11pm
The Spring gathering of the International Monetary Fund is approaching. China, Russia and other major developing nations are angry about a delay in reforms that give them more voting rights at the IMF. Now the countries are pushing forward with the reforms without waiting for the United States. Skeptism is growing about the new powers within international systems.
Britain is urging the US Congress to approve reforms at the International Monetary Fund that would give more power to emerging economies at the institution.
In a recent public address, British Finance Minister George Osborne said quote: "The failure of the U.S. Congress to ratify the agreed IMF reforms is bad for the institution and bad for the international community. I urge the administration and Congress to act to pass them now."
Most of the IMF’s 188 member nations have approved the reforms, which were originally hammered out in 2010. But opposition from the House and Senate Republicans have blocked efforts by the White House to pass the reform. Experts say it’s crucial for developing nations to have a seat at the table.
"The main rules of the game internationally on how countries are supposed to deal with the currencies, on reserves on some of the big, big questions on international finance are really negotiated out at the IMF. So for these countries, who had not had much of a voice in the international rules of the game, when they were substantially poorer and smaller than they are now. Now that they’ve grown so rapidly and their economies are so large, they want a seat at the table. They want to be able to participate in shaping the rules that they would partially have to live by," said Bruce Jones, senior fellow of Brookings Institution.
If the US Congress gives the reforms a green light, it would make China the IMF’s third-largest member. It would also revamp the IMF board, reducing the dominance of Western European nations. Some analysts say US lawmakers are concerned about relinquishing power to some emerging economies.
"First, Congress is traditionally fairly skeptical about international institutions and that’s been true since the founding of international systems. Second, there’s a lot of skepticism about China’s intentions on issues like currency reform and third, now, unfortunately there’s a lot of concern about Russia. And because this package was negotiated in a context where sort of all the emerging powers see their shares rise, there’s now a new preoccupation about seeing Russia’s shares rise, even though Russia’s shares will rise by a tiny fraction," said Bruce Jones, senior fellow of Brookings Institution.
LINK - http://english.cntv.cn/2014/04/08/VIDE1396947727947648.shtml
[taffysmom] TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria In scripture, Paul had been through a lot of trials. He had been shipwrecked, spent the night on an open sea, and gone days without food. He was falsely accused, beaten with rods, and thrown into prison.
If anyone had a right, at least in the natural, to be negative, bitter or complain, it would have been Paul. But his attitude was, “I can handle it. I am ready for and equal to it. Why?
Because Almighty God, the Creator of the universe has infused me with strength. He has equipped me, empowered me, anointed me, crowned me with favor, put royal blood in my veins, and called me to reign in life as a king.” In difficult times, like Paul, you’ve got to talk to yourself the right way.
If you don’t talk to yourself, your thoughts will talk to you. Don’t let the negative, self-defeating thoughts play in your mind. Instead, declare that you are more than a conqueror, and you will boldly embrace the life of victory God has in store for you!
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