Dinarland Highlights for July 26, 2021

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Dinarland Highlights – 7.26.21

Mountain Goat

the Finance Committee is telling us that the CBI plans to keep the rate of the dinar as it is until the end of the fiscal year which ends in December not October. Just because they want to have the next years budget completed and in parliament by October does not mean the fiscal year ends in October…So here we are once again with watching for the January 2022 release of the reinstatement…so we wait to see what happens. Remember this is the move opportune time to release the reinstatement. Can they get their act together by then? 

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Frank26 (KTFA)

The Minister of Finance and the Minister of Planning and Saleh…they know.  The citizens know.  The international community knows – that a change is coming to both of these things – their currency and their exchange rate…

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Holly

Kazemi is to meet in Washington DC today. It is to be an announcement that they are part of the WTO (world trade organization). The USA is sponsoring them in. They need a rate change and an international currency…. Something big should be coming

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MarkZ

[via PDK]

One of the key things to watch right now is the Iraqi Prime Minister Kazemi is in DC right now. Working on what?   We are they are working on the implementation of business deals between the US and Iraq. Also some security issues and removal of some US troops.  So watch today because Kazemi is in DC with members of his government cutting deals. Hopefully also talking about the release of the RV and the exchange of their currency.

Kazemi was in DC today talking about troop removal, working on a better relationship with the Us and talking about American investments in Iraq and how stable they are. I think that was the key info we are looking for.

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Pimpy

I can’t promise there’s going to be an RI or RV because nobody out there knows.  That is the honest to God truth…Is it possible? Of course it is. Has it happened before in historyMore than once…you don’t have to watch for some magical announcement. We can pay attention to what’s going on in the country, in their economy, in their stability…their commodities…geopolitics in the area…all contribute to the value of their currency

We all want to wake up one day and hear…they just announced it – We’re gonna do 3 American dollars for one dinar.  Will that happen?  Yes it’s possible.  I’m not saying it’s not…the United Nations/the United Security Council have all said the same thing – that when the value of the dinar was devalued it was at a rate of 3+ dollars. That’s every 1 Iraqi dinar you exchanged you got 3 American dollars.  And they said there’s no reason for it not to go back to that rate…if I didn’t have faith in it I wouldn’t own it.

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Breitling

Question:
Do the high oil prices help or hinder  the revaluation

Iraq was pressured when oil prices down.  They were being pressured and right now that pressure is not there but that hasn’t stopped them at all.  

Iraqi Dinar Revaluation and Global Currency Reset News | Dinar Chronicles

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