Scubasteve70: Fantastic UB2B last night…I like the logic behind it and what we’re seeing in articles.
I’ve had a question now for some time, and I do not want this to lead into a huge rates discussion.
If they adjusted the rate higher than a 1 to 1 value (5 to 1) would there still be a different rate for out of country or just the single rate. Thank you.
Frank26: GREETINGS NEWBIE TO KTFA ………… WELCOME FRIEND …………… A DINAR IS A DINAR IN COUNTRY …………………… A DINAR OUT OF THE COUNTRY IS GOVERNED BY THE MARKET RATE. THESE ARE TWO DIFFERENT ………………… POSITIONS ………… RATES.
DELTA: FAMILY…….URGENT ……….MilitiaMan & FRANKIE & MYSELF WE FOUND SOMETHING SO BIG AND HUGE AND WE GOT THE PROVE THAT CBI DID DELETE ZEROS END OF NOVEMBER ……WE WILL SEE WHEN TO RELEASE THE INFO…
Frank26: LAST NIGHT MM AND DELTA CALLED ME ………………… WITH PROOF.
TOLD THEM ………………. STAND DOWN …………. DO NOT RELEASE IT YET……………. HOLD.
THIS TYPE OF INFO DESERVES A UB2B ………………. TO EXPLAIN IN TOTALITY.
BUT DUE TO MY SCHEDULE …………… HAVE DECIDED TO KEEP ALL INSIDE OF PREMIUM TEAM CHAT TODAY.
AM ENCOURAGING PREMIUM MEMBERS TO BE ON TIME TONIGHT AT 7 PM EST.
WILL SHARE MM/DELTA REPORT AND FF77 REPORT FROM LAST NIGHT AND THIS MORNING.
WILL THEN RELEASE OUR STUDY TO EVERYONE ON MONDAY THE 30TH.
GOD BLESS YOU ALL…………. ALOHA.
Samson: Allawi: Iraq’s debts amounted to 48 billion dollars
26th December, 2019
President of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, confirmed today, Thursday, that Iraq’s debts amounted to 48 billion dollars, and the next prime minister is supposed to put a solution to pay them.
Allawi said in a radio statement followed by / Mawazine News /, that “Iraq’s external debts amounted to 48 billion dollars and should be paid by the next prime minister.” LINK
RMF: IMO This is another Clue to indicate a “in the coming days” rate change so they can pay off debts.
Don961: Central banks of four countries renew their currencies
Friday 27 December 2019
Baghdad / Al-Sabah
Banks of the countries of Bulgaria, Georgia, Switzerland, and Belarus have addressed the Central Bank of Iraq, noting that they are issuing or renewing their currencies from various banknotes.
And the Central Bank of Iraq announced in separate statements that were followed up and viewed by “Al-Sabah”, that “the Bulgarian National Bank has renewed its paper class (50) Lev, in addition to updating some of the security specifications found in the 1999 and 2006 versions of the same category.” From the Bulgarian Bank, clarifying that “the old banknote of the same class remains for trading and has the strength, discretion and legal offer until the damaged banknotes of this category are replaced.”
Coin of 10 lari
The Central Bank stated in another statement that “the National Bank of Georgia issued the updated (10) Larry banknote, knowing that the old banknote of the same category and the issuances and old categories remain in circulation and have the power of release and legal offer.”
The Central Bank of Iraq announced that “the Swiss National Bank has renewed its (100) franc banknotes”. He explained, “This category is the sixth of the ninth series of Swiss national currencies,” and quoted the Swiss bank’s assertion that “the old banknote of the same category and other categories of the eighth series remains for trading, with strength, discharge, and legal offer.”
The Central Bank concluded by noting that “the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus issued for circulating updated banknotes of two categories (10, 5) rubles by issuing 2009”.
The Turkish Lira
In the same context, the Turkish Central Bank announced new copies of the paper categories of the Turkish lira, stressing that the old copies will be withdrawn from the markets at the beginning of the new year and lose their value in it.
The Central Bank of the Turkish Republic (TCBM) published on its official website, on December 9, a statement saying that the new paper copies will be launched in the first days of 2020, and the old versions of the 2004 edition will lose their value with the end of the last hour of December 31 The current first.
He called on residents in Turkey to replace their old paper money, which will become completely undervalued as of the beginning of the new year, through the Turkish Central Bank “TCMB” and the Turkish Agriculture Bank “Ziraat Bankası” according to the statement.
“This renewal came in accordance with the announcement No. 26516 published in the Turkish Official Gazette on May 8, 2007, which stipulated the removal of banknotes issued in the year 2004 from the” E8 “group.
The group includes “E8” categories (pounds, ten pounds, 20 pounds, 50 pounds, 100 pounds), and according to the announcement, it was suspended from trading in 2010, while its value will be permanently lost in the last days of this year.
The decision issued by the Central Bank did not include the paper categories of the group “E9”, which are the newest among the groups and fit for circulation. This group includes the categories (ten pounds, 20 pounds, 50 pounds, 100 pounds, 200 pounds) issued in 2009 and later. , As the decision singled out only the “E8” paper categories, which includes the currency whose issuance date is 2004, and circulation started in 2005.
This means that, starting next year, the Turkish markets will see trading in two different versions, in the form of the ten categories, to 200 pounds.
Turkey witnessed a fundamental transformation in the year 2005, when the currency, which was worth “one million” and containing six zeros at the end, was used until 2004, and as of that period the Turkish Central Bank called the Turkish lira the name of “the new Turkish lira”.
The Turkish currency includes paper groups from “E1” to “E9” and is divided according to the date of issuance of the design for the currency and the start of dealing with it, to the period of its validity, expiration and lifting from the markets, and the group “E1” is the oldest among them, and it started in 1947 and lost its value completely In 1962. LINK