[joshua] lxxxxxxx: It seems that someone got an shock when we saw the rates drop. I think it may have been a situation that say's " If you want the higher rate then let it go, or here is what you will get" I don't know nor do I care what the final outcome is. As Tony said last night in His blast today should tell the story.... I love people who have no idea of items like Chapter 7, 13303, 2013 Iraq Budget posting craziness like the rate of .03. Guys it will be anywhere from upper 3 range to the 23 plus range. If and I mean If we do anything in Syria it will not affect our Blessing from coming
[Mithrandir] Encouragement to the TNT room:This has been some journey for me, in seven more weeks it will be exactly 10 years since this journey began for. I’m really looking for closure this weekend. To all those nubies that have had doubts of this reality let me say this; never, and I mean never in the history of the world has any country ever been conquered and then come back to be fully sovereign and not eventually had their own revalued currency. Because you are here, you are going to be a part of that history. I believe this will be the weekend we have been waiting for. And as Okie says…Nuff Said
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08/31/2013 12:00 AM
Experts enemy a good indicator now reflects the situation of the country generally
Baghdad - Mostafa Hashemi
called Economists actors economic government in the country need to speed up resolving the issue credit rating of Iraq because of its great importance in attracting foreign investment and give the perceptions of the economic right to the investing companies as well as being one of the most factors in the banking sector reform.
According to the economic expert d. The appearance of Mohammed Saleh, the classification of Iraq credit now, although he did not specify yet officially, he is at a temperature of B-returned him a good indication of the reason for optimism, noting that it could be rated country credit through bonds sold in global markets because the presence of a credit rating, and that was low , it is better than no rating basically. are rated countries in the world credit ladder classification consists of 4 degrees are A, B, C and D as well as variables that represent signal + or - and Petkrarat different.
Salih stressed in a statement to the (morning) the importance that begins Iraq now negotiating for the purpose Ranked credit because this issue is vital and contemporary and is useful for re-engineering the performance of the Iraqi banking sector and developed to accomplish its functions in the service of economic development, a kind of evolution industry banking on banks that operate for the purpose of applying this system to keep pace with the development in the rest of the Arab banks and global.
Frank26: KTFA Family .......... Not sure if You understand the magnitude of this rating concerning our investment in the IQD.
It is very significant !!! Very.
We will talk about this on Tuesday's CC.
In God's Speed......... Aloha.
fauziahg » August 31st, 2013, 4:04 am •
Exclusive: Emerging markets plan joint offshore FX intervention - Indian
By Manoj Kumar
NEW DELHI | Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:40am EDT
(Reuters) - India is liaising with other emerging-economy countrieson a plan to co-ordinate intervention in offshore currency markets blamed for worsening a currency rout over the past three months, a senior Indian finance ministry official said on Friday.
The idea of major emerging economies taking action together to offset the impact of a stronger U.S. dollar as the Federal Reserve reins in its stimulus had also been floated in June by Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff in a phone call to her Chinese counterpart.
The leading emerging market nations that form the BRICS groups - including Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - fretted about the global turbulence at a July G20 summit in Moscow, but no action materialized. G20 leaders are due to meet in St Petersburg next week.
"It is now time to stop," Dipak Dasgupta, the Indian finance ministry's principal economic adviser, told Reuters, referring to speculative behavior in offshore markets he said was damaging the stability of the world economy.
"It is going to happen in a matter of days rather than weeks," he said. "Brazil and India can start the move."
He said there had been correspondence among several countries on the plans in the last few weeks and predicted that action would now come quickly, but he declined to share specific details of the discussions.
Dasgupta said the conversations were not limited to BRICS nations. It was not immediately clear how many takers there were for such a proposal from other major emerging economies.
However, Brazil's central bank said it was not currently participating in any planning for co-ordinated intervention in offshore markets.
"There is no initiative like that," a Brazilian central bank spokesperson said.
Still, the comments from the Indian official extended the rupee's gains to 65.72 per dollar from 65.85 after the currency slumped to a record low earlier this week. The government in New Delhi is struggling with the weakest economic growth in years and a yawning current account deficit.
"The Indians are clearly aggressively in verbal intervention mode," said Timothy Ash, emerging markets analyst at Standard Bank in London.
The sell-off in emerging markets has been driven by concern about the end of cheap dollars from the U.S. Fed's stimulus program, prompting a massive capital flight toward dollar-denominated assets. The rout has been compounded by short-seller attacks in offshore trading centers.
When the idea for coordinated action surfaced earlier, analysts said that - unlike their wealthier counterparts at the G7 group - the BRICS were still far from either coordinating monetary policy or jointly intervening in forex markets.
Separately, the BRICS countries have been working during the past year on a $100 billion reserve fund and a joint development bank to reshape the global financial architecture long dominated by rich nations. These new institutions are expected to take some time to materialize.
"NO FORCE CAN STOP THEM"
Offshore markets developed to allow foreign investors to hedge or speculate on emerging-market currencies when exchange controls in those countries made it difficult to trade directly in the domestic spot market.
Dasgupta said such markets had exerted pressure on 12 of the main emerging market currencies, including Brazil, China, India, Russia, South Africa, Turkey and Malaysia.
He said that, acting together, even four or five members would have estimated international reserves of $1.2 trillion. With China, the total reserves exceed $6 trillion, he said.
"Once they decide they will move to intervene to mutually support each other to put a floor, there is no force that can stop the impact," he said.
The rupee is the worst performing major currency in recent months, having lost about 20 percent against the dollar since May.
Non-deliverable forward (NDF) markets operating mainly from Singapore, Hong Kong, New York and London allow trade in several Asian currencies, including the rupee. They allow investors to bet without ever having to physically exchange the currency involved.
A report by the Indian central bank in August said NDFs were affecting the rupee's value. Indian central bank Governor Duvvuri Subbarao in July said he would rather there were no NDF markets.
One Indian government estimate puts global trading of the rupee at $60-$70 billion per day. By that yardstick, authorities believe they would need fire-power of $6 billion to $7 billion per day to intervene and make a dent in the offshore currency markets. Officials say that is beyond India's reach alone.
(Writing by Frank Jack Daniel; Editing by John Chalmers and Neil Fullick)
Dinan] So let's recap..GCR done, check..$660 Trillion done, check..CIX Systems synchronized with World Markets done, check...US Banks have Plan A Rates done, check...IMF have Plan B Rates done, check...UST has codes and autorization to release the rates..done? checked?...Could Syria be a hurdle...I think not...when we attacked Iraq none of the neighboring countries were affected...what say you all....
[imperium] Dinan "show me the money".
[Dinan] imperium that is all that is left to be done....
[goldstandard] Dinan There's always that one issue that Tony mentioned on one call......Ego's. Just wonder whose egos he's was talking about
[manishma] In my opinion, I don't believe this was ever going to happen before 9/1 because isn't that when fed is out, PTB lose their immunity & the Pope issue some kind of an edificte (sp) along with other important things that will be release? So perhaps we were just put off all these month/years until this date. Any opinions out there?
[skysthelimit] not releasing it now when all is ready and needed is very irresponsible of the PTB but hey who knows
[ldc] Manishma all sounds about right
INTERESTING EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR
Posted by EXOGEN on August 30, 2013 at 9:01pm
Ben Bernanke announced that he is resigning the Federal Reserve effective September 1, 2013.
Janet Napolitano [Homeland Security] has resigned effective .
The Most Holy Francis issued an Apostolic Letter on and effective that effectively stripped away the immunity of all judges, attorneys, government officials and all entities established under the Roman Curia [hint: All corporations are established under the Roman Curia]. All of these "persons" can now be held accountable for war crimes, crimes against humanity, [hint: Divine Spirit is humanity], for the unlawful restrictions of the liberties of the divine spirit incarnate; for failure to settle the accounts; for continued prosecution of claims already settled, etc.
WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE?????????
from Stage2Omega site
[Grunt0311] COdreamer THE ONLY INFO I HAVE TONIGHT I WAS TOLD SPECIFICALLY I COULDN'T SHARE, SO... UNFORTUNATELY, NO.
Grunt0311: ARE ANY OF YOU FAMILIAR WITH THE COMPUTER ERROR COMMONLY KNOWN AS A PBKAC ERROR?
COdreamer: Grunt0311 Is that the blue screen of death?
Grunt0311: COdreamer Pilgrim WELL, IT MANIFESTS IN MANY DIFFERENT WAYS, BUT IT STANDS FOR "PROBLEM BETWEEN KEYBOARD AND CHAIR". LOL
Independence: Grunt0311 We in the IT field call that an "ID10t" error...