“Exchange Rate will be 1-1” – Fri. PM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ DELTA – 1/26/2018

“Exchange Rate will be 1-1” – Fri. PM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ DELTA


DELTA » January 26th, 2018


Manu68 » January 26th, 2018

omg delta woohoo

Damb777 » January 26th, 2018

Thank you Delta … Like .. WOW..

PMac » January 26th, 2018


DELTA » January 26th, 2018


StephenMac63 » January 26th, 2018

It is at this point the Whales and Sharks get into a frenzy………Im just thankful to being a “Lucky Guppy”….hmm, that sorta has a ring to it,,,,,CBI has said before it will be “on par” with the USD, meaning equal value. Ticker on Arabic TV confirms this. Question is not “what”…..it’s “When”

Leb » January 26th, 2018

Show us the money, then we’ll show you the money.

Don961 » January 26th, 2018

Why did Abadi leave the Davos Forum quickly?

Twilight News 15 minutes ago

(Reuters) – Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has not received full guarantees for the reconstruction of Iraq from major powers, media sources said at the Davos forum in Switzerland.

“The reason for Abadi’s early departure from the forum is his displeasure at the fact that most of the leaders and representatives of countries have fled from making binding promises to pay financial grants to the liberated areas reconstruction conference to be held in Kuwait,” the sources said.

She added that these countries appear to have been satisfied with the assistance they have provided to Iraq during its war against an organization that advocates and does not want to give more, “noting that” Abadi was also hoping to meet US President Donald Trump, but learned that the latter is not in his work program for the first, In his departure. ” link

2011spidy » January 26th, 2018

in other words” I don’t need to speak with you till you revalue your currency” imo ,, great find Don

Stand4christ » January 26th, 2018

Another reason I believe might be, he finished meeting all the people he needed to meet in order to head home quickly to wrap things up!….Secretary Tillerson Meets With Iraqi Prime Minister al-Abadi – YouTube https://youtu.be/0Oue9zavI24

Iobey777 » January 26th, 2018

So…I read everyone’s comments..is this really what this is about? Did A rush back home to “push the button”? Sure hope so!!!

StephenMac63 » January 26th, 2018

“Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has not received full guarantees for the reconstruction of Iraq from major powers, media sources said at the Davos forum in Switzerland.”

(In other words, that the media knows of……do you really think the media will be included in the sidebar meetings? This is where the deals are made, not on center stage.

The only way the media would know if Abadi got his support is if Abadi reported the media as this was the reason for departure. I seriously don’t think Abadi would ever report to the media of his productivity as the media is his tool that he knows how to use. Until then it is just a reporter’s interpretation of the events and if the reporter has an agenda then the report would not be favorable to Abadi.

As for “Abadi not being able to meet Trump”….they may have met, only the reporter doesnt know. Besides, I think its a safe bet that President Trump texts Abadi more, perhaps at least twice a week than he plays on Twitter.

Abadi leaving “abruptly”….he was done with what he had to do…….he went to make deals, he was happy with the result. Maybe it wasnt 100 percent of what he wanted but he might have 80 percent and hes happy. I dont speak Arabic but Im sure there is a phrase that goes right along with “Been There, Done That.”

Don961 » January 26th, 2018

World leaders pledge their slaves to support Iraq

27/1/2018 12:00 am

He returned to Baghdad after a successful participation in the Davos Forum

Baghdad / Al-Sabah

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that the problems and differences between countries must be solved by dialogue, and that the policy of Iraq is based on non-interference in the affairs of others because the policy of regional and international axes and disagreements is the one that came by the organization “calling” the terrorist to Iraq and will not allow his return again, In his speech at Davos World Economic Forum in Switzerland, where he held several meetings with leaders and leaders of the world and the heads of major companies, during which he invited them to participate actively in the conference to reconstruct Iraq to be held in Kuwait in February and these leaders confirmed their support for Iraq in all fields, He flew home Friday after attending the Davos Forum.

Abadi said during his speech at the forum: “All the problems and differences between countries must be resolved by dialogue, and any problem that occurs between Iran and America affect our country negatively,” explaining that “our policy is not to interfere in the affairs of others and we are working seriously to be Iraq In the situation of neutrality, the regional problems and differences are those who came to Iraq and do not want to return.

“We are working within the context of oil agreements within OPEC and trying to control prices within a reasonable range that guarantees us the process of promoting our country,” Abadi said. “There are negotiations with major companies to invest in Iraq, and we are working to raise the quota In the number of manpower in the oil sector, as the rehabilitation and graduation of Iraqi cadres and technicians specializing in this aspect ».

Abadi attended a special meeting of Heads of State and Government in Davos on the common future of the world and its divisions. On the sidelines of the forum, the leaders and heads of the participating countries met with British Prime Minister Theresa May to promote bilateral cooperation. Iraq in various fields.

Abadi also met with US Secretary of State Rex Tilerson and his accompanying delegation, as well as the Republican majority leader in the US House of Representatives, Kevin McCarthy, during the meeting.

They discussed cooperation between the two countries and the situation in the region and continued support for Iraq after the major victories over the terrorist gangs. Abadi and his Lebanese counterpart, Saad Hariri, during the meeting discussed the development of relations between the two countries and the situation in the region and ways to resolve it, in addition to the vision put forward by Iraq in regard to the future of the region.

Abadi met Rashid al-Ghannouchi, head of the Nahdha Party in Tunis. He also met with a Saudi ministerial delegation, including the minister of energy, industry and mineral resources, the minister of trade and investment and the minister of state, and discussed ways of enhancing bilateral cooperation in various fields and sectors.

On the sidelines of the forum, Abadi met with World Bank President Jim Young Kim. During the meeting, the two sides discussed the cooperation between the World Bank and Iraq and preparations for the Iraq reconstruction conference in Kuwait and a number of other topics and files. Abadi met with BP CEO Bob Dudley and CEO President of the Davos Economic Forum Klaus Schwab, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Roth, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, ANC President and Vice-President of the Republic of South Africa Cyril Ramavosa, and Japan’s National Security Adviser K Ntaro Sonora.

Among the important meetings that Abadi held were his meeting with Interpol President Gurgen Stoke, during which they discussed cooperation with Iraq in the pursuit of organized crime and terrorism and those involved in corruption. Stoke stressed Interpol cooperation with Iraq in this field and he will visit Iraq soon to cooperate more between Interpol and Iraq .

Prime Minister Haider Abadi met on the sidelines of Davos German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Defense Minister Ursula von der Line, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentloni and King Abdullah II of Jordan and a number of executive heads of major companies and discussed with them bilateral relations and ways to support Iraq in the next phase and participate actively in the conference The reconstruction of Iraq, which will be held in Kuwait in mid-February. link

Don961 » January 26th, 2018

Emerging market currencies rise to record high with dollar losses

26 January 2018 02:58 PM

Mubasher: The main emerging-market index rose to a record high, supported by weak US dollar performance and expectations of accelerated global economic growth.

The MSCI Emerging Markets index closed Thursday’s trading at 1727.5 points, beating the record high of 1726 before the euro zone crisis of 2011.

The greenback has suffered severe losses over the past few days on the back of contradictory statements about the dollar, some of which support the weakness of the currency, as the US Treasury Secretary said, while others deny the allegations, stressing that it will become stronger over time, as seen by President ” Donald Trump .”

Emerging markets’ assets have seen gains in recent months, supported by rising commodity prices and broad growth, as well as easing political concerns in countries such as South Africa and Turkey.

The International Monetary Fund raised its forecast for global economic growth in the current and next year by 0.2% to 3.9%. link

Raptor » January 26th, 2018

The citizens will have money to buy gold coins by the 4th of February……hmmmmmm….EXCELLENT FIND DON!!!!

Don961 » January 26th, 2018

CBI Plans Presale of Gold Coins

Saturday, January 27, 2018

With the aim of stabilizing the gold market, boosting supply and facilitating easier access for people, the Central Bank of Iran is to start the presale of gold coins from Feb. 4, the director of the regulator’s Office for Banknote Issuance announced.

“The gold coin presale will be conducted through all the branches of Bank Melli Iran,” Masoud Rahimi was also quoted as saying by the official website of CBI.

According to the official, the presale will offer gold coins at prices lower than those of the market and with maturity periods of three, six, nine and 12 months.

Buyers will be able to receive their coins after the maturity period has ended, entrust the bank with their coins until they wish to use them or choose to transfer the ownership to others before or after the maturity period is complete.

However, the price of coins will vary based on their maturity periods and Rahimi said, “We will try to announce suitable and attractive prices, in view of the market’s daily prices.”

As of Thursday’s close, each benchmark Emami gold coin was priced at 15.18 million rials ($337) while the Bahar Azadi coin was traded for 14.74 million rials ($327).

Gold coin prices have been on a rising trajectory for more than a month, prompting CBI to intervene by holding more than a dozen coin auctions through the Bank Melli of Iran’s affiliate, Bank Kargoshaee.

The auctions managed to ease the coin’s rally and deflate its bubble, but it seems that CBI is now pursuing a bigger intervention through the presale.

“In the initial days of the auctions, some market profiteers tried to prevent prices from coming down, but even as global gold and foreign exchange prices increased in that period, the resistance of that group broke with the continuation of auctions and the deflation of price bubble,” Rahimi said.

The official noted that since CBI has sufficient gold coin and bullion reserves, there is no limitation on the volume of coins to be supplied through the presale, which means that buyers will be able to order as many coins as they wish.

Furthermore, the coin auctions were only held in the Kargoshaee Bank based in Tehran, but now people all over the country will be able to order coins in the presale.

“Therefore, the expansion in the supply of coins will lead to the elimination of speculative activities and profiteering, in turn balancing the prices,” Rahimi concluded.



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